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New device might be used in applications such as security screening at airports and in biosensing.
Researchers combine viral and DNA self-assembly methods to control the positioning of almost 200 fluorophores within nanometers of a gold nanoparticle.
New work will be important for better understanding how catalysts work on the nanoscale and might even help in the production of next-generation biofuels for transport.
New Raman scattering technique can accurately identify individual molecules containing less than 20 atoms.
New non-destructive microscopy technique will be crucial for optimizing the growth of large-area MoS2 atomic layers for a wide variety of device applications.
Temporary carbon nanotube-based electronic devices “disappear” once they have served their purpose.
Halide, pseudohalide and halometallate ions go well with semiconducting nanocrystals.
Antigen microarray can detect early-stage T1D and even novel biomarkers of the disease.
New RRAM might be the best candidate yet for replacing existing silicon-based flash memories.
Work could be important for developing fault tolerant quantum computing in the future.
Carbon dots and quantum dots combine to make good WLEDs.
Northwestern team has invented a large-area nanofabrication technique called reconstructable mask lithography to make plasmon-enhanced devices.
A new technique improves isolation of individual molecules with nanoscale accuracy for single-molecule studies.
New waterproof coating might be used in applications such as self-cleaning windows, antifouling films and as a sponge to help clear up oil spills.
New theory could help enhance solar-energy conversion in photovoltaic devices and make better photocatalysts.
Technique could greatly improve yields in droplet-based reactors.