Scientists carve nanowires out of ultrananocrystalline diamond thin films
A team of scientists working at Argonne National Laboratory's (ANL) Center for Nanoscale Materials has successfully carved ultrananocrystalline diamond (UNCD) thin films into nanowires, boosting the material's functionality ...
Nanowire lens can reconfigure its imaging properties
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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