Stretchable graphene transistors overcome limitations of other materials
Nanowire lens can reconfigure its imaging properties
World's first large(wafer)-scale production of III-V semiconductor nanowire
Researchers from Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology, South Korea, and University of Illinois developed the large-scale heteroepitaxial growth III-V nanowires on a Si wafer.
Hot electrons do the impossible in catalytic chemistry
Research team finds that the ratio of component atoms vital to performance
There has been great interest in recent years in using tiny particles called quantum dots to produce low-cost, easily manufactured, stable photovoltaic cells. But, so far, the creation of such cells has been ...
Single molecule performs multiple logic operations simultaneously
Water, water everywhere: Polarization dramatically affects H2O structure revealed through molecular dynamics simulation
Catching individual molecules in a million with optical antennas inside nano-boxes
A single cell in our body is composed of thousands of millions of different biomolecules that work together in an extremely well-coordinated way. Likewise, many biological and biochemical reactions occur ...
Pyroelectric nanogenerator charges Li-ion battery with harvested energy
Patterned media technique achieves Terabit data recording densities
Carbon nanotube transistors could lead to inexpensive, flexible electronics
Weird science: Crystals melt when they're cooled
(Phys.org) —Growing thin films out of nanoparticles in ordered, crystalline sheets, to make anything from microelectronic components to solar cells, would be a boon for materials researchers, but the physics ...