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Single photons for optical information transfer
A research team at the University of Alberta wants to refine the optical transmission of information by using a single photon, the fundamental building block of light that can allow unprecedented applications in optical information transfer. (2011-10-27)
DNA Used To Create Self Assembling Conducting Wire: Breakthrough Will Lead To Next Leap In Emerging Nanoelectronics
Using strands of DNA and silver particles, researchers at the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology have created a conductive wire 1,000 times thinner than a human hair. (1998-02-18)
OHSU researchers discover way to grow silicon nanowires
Oregon Health & Science University researchers have discovered a new way to accurately grow silicon nanowires on an electrode for use in fabricating transistors. (2004-02-22)
Energized fabrics could keep soldiers warm and battle-ready in frigid climates
Soldiering in arctic conditions is tough. Protective clothing can be heavy and can cause overheating and sweating, while hands and feet can grow numb. (2017-08-20)
UCSD chemists develop tiny silicon wires to detect trace residues of explosives
Chemists at the University of California, San Diego have developed a silicon polymer (2001-06-01)
Moving microscopic vision into another new dimension
Scientists who pioneered a revolutionary 3-D microscope technique are now describing an extension of that technology into a new dimension that promises sweeping applications in medicine, biological research, and development of new electronic devices. (2011-06-29)
Gold nano anchors put nanowires in their place
NIST researchers have demonstrated a technique for growing well-formed, single-crystal nanowires in place---and in a predictable orientation---on a commercially important substrate. (2004-11-10)
Penn study: Transforming nanowires into nano-tools using cation exchange reactions
A team of engineers from the University of Pennsylvania has transformed simple nanowires into reconfigurable materials and circuits, demonstrating a novel, self-assembling method for chemically creating nanoscale structures that are not possible to grow or obtain otherwise. (2009-10-23)
Tiny wires change behavior at nanoscale
Thin gold wires often used in high-end electronic applications are wonderfully flexible as well as conductive. (2011-08-29)
New nano-implant could one day help restore sight
A team of engineers at the University of California San Diego and La Jolla-based startup Nanovision Biosciences Inc. have developed the nanotechnology and wireless electronics for a new type of retinal prosthesis that brings research a step closer to restoring the ability of neurons in the retina to respond to light. (2017-03-14)
Researchers use world's smallest diamonds to make wires 3 atoms wide
Scientists at Stanford University and the Department of Energy's SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory have discovered a way to use diamondoids -- the smallest possible bits of diamond -- to assemble atoms into the thinnest possible electrical wires, just three atoms wide. (2016-12-26)
Berkeley nanotechnology pioneer to receive $500,000 Waterman Award
The National Science Foundation (NSF) has chosen Peidong Yang, a chemist at the University of California, Berkeley, to receive the 2007 Alan T. (2007-05-14)
ASU scientists improve chip memory by stacking cells
Scientists at Arizona State University have developed an elegant method for significantly improving the memory capacity of electronic chips. (2009-12-21)
Nanoscale photodetector shows promise to improve the capacity of photonic circuits
researchers at the University of Rochester have demonstrated a key achievement in shrinking photonic devices below the diffraction limit -- a necessary step on the road to making photonic circuits competitive with today's technology. (2015-10-05)
New coating may help joint replacements bond better with bone
Researchers have found that bone cells grow and reproduce faster on a textured surface than they do on a smooth one -- and they grow best when they can cling to a microscopic shag carpet made of tiny metal oxide wires. (2013-07-29)
Merging the biological and the electronic
Harvard scientists have, for the first, time created a type of (2012-08-26)
New 'near-field' radiation therapy promises relief for overheating laptops
Researchers at Lehigh University, IBM and the Ioffe Institute have developed a way to release heat trapped inside billions of tiny semiconductor electronic circuits and channel it into the substrate, which is larger and can be more easily cooled. (2009-04-13)
Speed of light computing
Researchers say they have developed the first workable suggestion for building an optical computer, which would be hundreds of times faster than today's supercomputers. (2007-07-18)
Water clears path for nanoribbon development
A tiny meniscus of water makes it practical to form long graphene nanoribbons less than 10 nanometers wide. (2013-07-30)
For 'quantum confinement' size matters, but so does shape
Size matters, but so does shape, at least in the world of semiconducting nanocrystals, report chemists at Washington University in St. (2003-10-13)
Sensitive nanowire disease detectors made by Yale scientists
Yale scientists have created nanowire sensors coupled with simple microprocessor electronics that are both sensitive and specific enough to be used for point-of-care disease detection, according to a report in Nano Letters. (2008-10-10)
Clever NIST/JPL technology decodes more information from single photons
It's not quite Star Trek communications. Yet. But long-distance communications in space may be easier now that researchers at NIST and the Jet Propulsion Laboratory have designed a clever detector array that can extract more information than usual from single particles of light. (2014-02-12)
Frontiers of plasmonics
The latest issue of Chinese Science Bulletin will publish a special topic of frontiers of plasmonics. (2010-08-04)
Transparent solar cells for windows that generate electricity
Scientists are reporting development of a new transparent solar cell, an advance toward giving windows in homes and other buildings the ability to generate electricity while still allowing people to see outside. (2012-08-01)
'Lasers rewired': Scientists find a new way to make nanowire lasers
Scientists at Berkeley Lab and UC Berkeley have found a simple new way to produce nanoscale wires that can serve as bright, stable and tunable lasers -- an advance toward using light to transmit data. (2016-02-11)
Quantum computing: 1 step closer with defect-free logic gate
What does hair styling have in common with quantum computing? (2015-03-19)
Zinc oxide microwires improve the performance of light-emitting diodes
Researchers have used zinc oxide microwires to significantly improve the efficiency at which gallium nitride light-emitting diodes (LED) convert electricity to ultraviolet light. (2011-10-30)
Researchers use improved nanogenerators to power sensors based on zinc oxide nanowires
By combining a new generation of piezoelectric nanogenerators with two types of nanowire sensors, researchers have created what are believed to be the first self-powered nanometer-scale sensing devices that draw power from the conversion of mechanical energy. (2010-03-28)
UCLA researchers create highly transparent solar cells for windows that generate electricity
UCLA researchers have developed a new transparent solar cell that is an advance toward giving windows in homes and other buildings the ability to generate electricity while still allowing people to see outside. (2012-07-20)
In solution, tiny magnetic wires scatter light
Maneuvering external magnets, scientists can command the direction in which light bounces off tiny, magnetic wires that sway like matchsticks in thick, slow-moving solutions. (2005-03-13)
3-dimensional view of 1-dimensional nanostructures
Semiconductor gallium nitride nanowires show great promise in the next generation of nano- and optoelectronic systems. (2012-01-05)
Findings suggest nanowires ideal for electronics manufacturing
Researchers have discovered that tiny structures called silicon nanowires might be ideal for manufacturing in future computers and consumer electronics because they form the same way every time. (2008-11-13)
Rapid cardiac biomarker testing system developed by Singapore scientists
A new rapid and sensitive integrated system tests simultaneously for specific cardiac biomarkers in finger prick amount of blood. (2009-12-08)
New protein bridges chemical divide for 'seamless' bioelectronics devices
In a paper published Sept. 22 in Scientific Reports, engineers at the University of Washington unveiled peptides that could help harness biological rules to exchange information between the biochemistry of our bodies and the chemistry of our devices. (2016-10-03)
World's smallest semiconductor laser heralds new era in optical science
UC Berkeley researchers have reached a new milestone in laser physics by creating the world's smallest semiconductor laser, capable of generating visible light in a space smaller than a single protein molecule. (2009-08-30)
Paper electronics could make health care more accessible
Flexible electronic sensors based on paper -- an inexpensive material -- have the potential to some day cut the price of a wide range of medical tools, from helpful robots to diagnostic tests. (2014-11-19)
A new paradigm for nanoscale resolution MRI has been experimentally achieved
A team from the University of Illinois and Northwestern University has devised a novel nuclear magnetic resonance imaging technique that delivers a roughly 10-nanometer spatial resolution. (2013-09-27)
The nanoscience/neuroscience intersection: A dialogue
In a far-reaching dialogue, three researchers -- Nicholas Spitzer, Kwabena Boahen and Hongkun Park -- discuss the synergy between nanoscience and neuroscience, what it means for the future, and how it is driving current research. (2010-03-04)
Ultra-thin, all-inorganic molecular nanowires successfully compounded
The development of metal oxide-based molecular wires is important for fundamental research and potential practical applications. (2015-07-08)
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