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Building electronics from the ground up

(Phys.org)—There's hardly a moment in modern life that doesn't involve electronic devices, whether they're guiding you to a destination by GPS or deciding which incoming messages merit a beep, ring or vibration. ...

dateJan 14, 2013 in Nanophysics
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Researchers measure nanometer scale temperature

Illinois researchers have developed a new kind of electro-thermal nanoprobe that can independently control voltage and temperature at a nanometer-scale point contact. It can also measure the temperature-dependent ...

dateDec 19, 2011 in Nanophysics
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Structural consequences of nanolithography

(PhysOrg.com) -- Users from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and the Center for Nanophase Materials Science, working with the X-Ray Microscopy Group, have discovered structural effects accompanying the ...

dateAug 11, 2011 in Nanophysics
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Novel nano-devices developed by U of T researchers

(PhysOrg.com) -- University of Toronto researchers continue to uncover the mysteries of space. But even the best astronauts in the world are stymied if the spaceship doesn't launch. When the countdown stops, it is often because ...

dateNov 10, 2009 in Nanomaterials
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DNA used as a template for nanolithography

DNA is one of the most popular building blocks of nanotechnology and is commonly used to construct ordered nanoscale structures with controlled architectures. For the most part, DNA is looked upon as a promising building ...

dateAug 31, 2007 in Nanophysics
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Taking nanolithography beyond semiconductors

A new process for chemical patterning combines molecular self-assembly with traditional lithography to create multifunctional surfaces in precise patterns at the molecular level. The process allows scientists ...

dateDec 14, 2006 in Nanomaterials
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Novel X-ray Source for X-ray Nanolithography

JMAR Technologies, Inc. today announced that its Research Division has received $2 million in funding under its previously announced $34.5 million Department of Defense Contract (DARPA Contract). These funds apply to costs ...

dateSep 29, 2004 in
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