Engineers create vibrant colors in vertical silicon nanowires
(PhysOrg.com) -- Engineers may soon be singing, "I'm going to wash that gray right out of my nanowires," thanks to a colorful discovery by a team of researchers from Harvard University and Zena Technologies. ...
Single quantum dot nanowire photodetectors
Moving a step closer toward quantum computing, a research team in the Netherlands recently fabricated a photodetector based on a single nanowire, in which the active element is a single quantum dot with a ...
Engineer shrinks 'U' logo
In an example of how a technology wonk displays school spirit, an engineer has created a golden University of Utah logo that is smaller than the width of an average human hair.
15,000 beams of light: Pens that write with light offer low-cost, rapid nanofabrication capabilities
(PhysOrg.com) -- One Chicago skyline is dazzling enough. Now imagine 15,000 of them.
By 'putting a ring on it,' microparticles can be captured
To trap and hold tiny microparticles, engineers at Harvard have "put a ring on it," using a silicon-based circular resonator to confine particles stably for up to several minutes.
IBM demonstrates nonoscale 3D patterning technique (w/ Video)
Micro Sparky: Engineering the tiniest Sun Devil
(PhysOrg.com) -- An Arizona State University engineering student may have found the tiniest - yet most cleverly inventive - way to show school spirit.
New interferometer could simplify materials research
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