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Nanophysics Feb 7, 2024

Environmentally-friendly InSb/InP colloidal quantum dots for fast and sensitive short-wave infrared photodetectors

Applications such as LIDAR, 3D imaging for mobile devices, automotive and augmented/virtual reality or night vision for surveillance, rely on the development of short-wave infrared (SWIR) photodetectors. These devices are ...

Nanomaterials Jan 24, 2024

Hacking DNA to make next-gen semiconductor materials

Scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Brookhaven National Laboratory, Columbia University, and Stony Brook University have developed a universal method for producing a wide variety of designed metallic and semiconductor ...

Optics & Photonics Jan 18, 2024

New method for integrating electro-optic heterointerfaces in MIS structures for plasmonic waveguide modulation

Researchers at the University of Toronto, led by Dr. Amr S. Helmy, have developed a new method for integrating electro-optic SiO2/ITO heterointerfaces into metal–insulator–semiconductor (MIS) structures. This breakthrough ...

Optics & Photonics Jan 3, 2024

Non-toxic quantum dots pave the way towards CMOS shortwave infrared image sensors for consumer electronics

Invisible to our eyes, shortwave infrared (SWIR) light can enable unprecedented reliability, function and performance in high-volume, computer vision first applications in service robotics, automotive and consumer electronics ...

Bio & Medicine Dec 15, 2023

Researchers develop new electrochemical chemosensor for fast, effective diagnosis of a lethal pulmonary disease

Patients struggling with some chronic diseases often must wait years for a proper diagnosis. For example, symptoms such as shortness of breath can be attributed to many pulmonary as well as cardiovascular disorders, so patients ...

Cell & Microbiology Sep 13, 2023

Using lasers to choose and export single-cell cultures: An efficient upgrade to static droplet array tool

Static droplet array (SDA) is a necessary and integral tool when it comes to high-capacity screening tests, or assays, for identifying and targeting specific cells or analytes (substances whose chemical composition is the ...

Condensed Matter Aug 4, 2023

How a transparent conductor responds to strain

Liquid crystal displays, touchscreens, and many solar cells rely on thin-film crystalline materials that are both electrically conductive and optically transparent. But the material most widely used in these applications, ...

Analytical Chemistry Jul 19, 2023

Simultaneous synthesis and fixing of covalent organic frameworks

Covalent organic frameworks (COFs) are versatile materials composed of interconnected organic molecules held together by covalent bonds. These frameworks can be constructed in two-dimensional or three-dimensional (3D) forms ...

Nanophysics Jul 14, 2023

Liquid metal nanodroplets formed with new technique have promising properties for catalysis

Liquid metal, planet-like nanodroplets have been successfully formed with a new technique developed at RMIT University, Australia. Like our own planet Earth, the nanodroplets feature an outer "crust," a liquid metal "mantle," ...

Bio & Medicine May 12, 2023

A gold electrode fabrication technology that can be combined with thermotherapy technology based on photothermy

DGIST Professor Hongki Kang of the Department of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science and his research team successfully developed a selective photothermal layer formation technology and a transparent electrode based ...

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