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Researchers from Brown University, in collaboration with colleagues from Harvard, have developed a new way to control light from phosphorescent emitters at very high speeds. The technique provides a n...
Gold, silver and porcelain are among the many materials dentists can use to fix damaged teeth. Soon diamonds -- at least tiny, microscopic ones -- could be added to that list. Scientists have develope...
Nanoscale diamond 'racetrack' becomes breakthrough Raman laser: New photonic microchip component promises advances in telecommunications
Diamonds are renowned for their exquisite beauty and unrivaled durability, but they also are highly prized by scientists and engineers for their exceptional optical and physical properties.
Nano power grids between bacteria: Microorganisms in the sea organize their power supply via tiny power-cables, thus oxidising the greenhouse gas methane
Electrical energy from the socket - this convenient type of power supply is apparently used by some microorganisms. Cells can meet their energy needs in the form of electricity through nano-wire conne...
Successful industrialization of high-density 3D integrated silicon capacitors for ultra-miniaturized electronic components: Three high-tech SMEs finalize the joint EU-funded PICS project on innovative ALD materials and manufacturing equipment
Two years after the launch of the PICS project (funded by the FP7 funding instrument dedicated to research for the benefit of SMEs), three European SMEs, IPDiA, Picosun and SENTECH Instruments along w...
Haydale, a leader in the development of enhanced graphene and nanoparticulate materials, has announced that its composites division, Haydale Composite Solutions Ltd (HCS), has signed a letter of inten...
QD Vision Names Display Industry Veteran Mustafa Ozgen as CEO to Support Aggressive Growth and Market Expansion
QD Vision today announced the appointment of Mustafa Ozgen as the companys new Chief Executive Officer. Mr. Ozgen comes to QD Vision with more than 20 years of management and engineering experience...
University uses nanotechnology cleanroom to expand undergrad class, expose students to high-end research
The Purdue College of Engineering is using the university's advanced cleanroom at Birck Nanotechnology Center for the laboratory to expand an electrical and computer engineering class that exposes undergraduate students to high-end research.
An overview of regulatory solutions worldwide on the use of nanotechnology in food and feed production shows a differing approach: only the EU and Switzerland have nano-specific provisions incorporate...
ConferenceTuesday, April 19, 2016 - 1:00am to Friday, April 22, 2016 - 1:00am http://www.grapheneconf.com/2016/Scienceconferences_Graphene2016.php The 6th edition of Graphene Conference series, the largest European Event in Graphene and 2D Materials, will be organized in Genoa (Italy) from the 19th until the 22th of April 2016.Over the past 5 editions, the Graphene Conference strengthened its position as the main meeting point of the Graphene community Worldwide. Graphene 2016 will feature: A plenary session with internationally renowned speakers. An industrial forum with focus on Graphene Commercialization Extensive thematic workshops in parallel (Metrology, Characterization & Standardization, Health & Medical Applications, Theory & Simulation, Production & Applications of graphene and related materials, Energy and Worldwide Graphene Initiatives, Funding & Priorities) An important exhibition carried out with the latest Graphene trends. Brokerage event
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ConferenceMonday, February 29, 2016 (All day) to Thursday, March 3, 2016 (All day) http://www.flexconference.org/ In the host city of Monterey, California, 2016FLEX brings together world leaders in flexible and printed electronics in an environment conducive to formal and informal collaboration, information-exchange, networking. The event attracts registrants from over 400 companies, universities, R&D labs, and government agencies from around the world, to address global technical and business issues, and advancements impacting the flexible and printed electronics value and supply chains.
New work could help make better tunnelling electronics devices from the carbon sheet and even lead to a new technology, “chiraltronics”.
Iranian researchers produced laboratorial sample of a type of nanodrug that has a very high potential to treat cancer cells smartly in animal samples.
Environmental and industrial pollution has drawn the attention of many researchers to use cheap, green and eco-friendly technologies.
Rice news release: Cobalt atoms on graphene a powerful combo: Rice University catalyst holds promise for clean, inexpensive hydrogen production
Graphene doped with nitrogen and augmented with cobalt atoms has proven to be an effective, durable catalyst for the production of hydrogen from water, according to scientists at Rice University.<...
Iranian researchers tried to design nanocoatings with both anticorrosive and waterproof properties to coat steel structures.
Semiconducting films might be used in display applications and in optoelectronics devices.
Workshop/TrainingMonday, October 26, 2015 - 2:00pm http://lnf.umich.edu/swisslitho-seminar-oct26-2015/ A new thermal scanning probe lithography (t-SPL) technology and its applications will be discussed. At the core of the technique is a heated probe tip used for patterning and simultaneous inspection or metrology of complex nanostructures. The heated tip creates high-resolution (<10 nm half-pitch)nanostructures by local decompositon and evaporation of resist materials. The high speed metrology capability enables fast turnaround times of seconds and improved accuracy and reliability. Newly developed stitching and overlay methods allow sub-5 nm accuracy without the use of marker structures. The patterning depth can be controlled with nm accuracy, allowing direct patterning of 3D nanostructures in a single step. Several pattern transfer options are possible, the example shows transfer onto Si with 3 nm edge roughness and 18 nm half-pitch. High resolution lift-off processes with metals are possible. The use of a heated tip eliminates deposition of electrons or ions onto the sample enabling superior performance for delicate nanoelectronic devices. The patterning of accurate 3D structures allow for nanooptics applications in photonic and plasmonic devices. This technology has recently entered the lithography market as the first true alternative to electron beam lithography (EBL). In 2014, the first dedicated t-SPL systems, called NanoFrazor, have been installed at universities in Euope and North America by SwissLitho, a spinoff company of ETH Zurich and IBM Research Zurich. Refreshments Will Be Served For more information, please email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org www.swisslitho.com