Researchers have discovered a molecule that shows promise as an organic alternative to today’s silicon-based semiconductors.
The solvent-responsive behavior of amphiphilic gold nanoparticles modified with polymer brushes is investigated using coarse-graining molecular dynamics simulations.
Worldwide transformation program is scheduled to begin in the first quarter of 2013.
Device selected for innovation awards at annual consumer electronics exhibition.
Tiny metal balls used to etch graphite tunnels with diameters of only one-thousandth that of a human hair.
International researcher team develop method for producing magnets for information technology.
Organic sensors developed at TU Munich increase light sensitivity of cameras.
Customer system-on-chip (SoC) ICs have density of over 300 million gates.
Molybdenum oxide sheets produced through exfoliation break industry standard limit for low-dimensional silicon.
Peking University researchers establish a scalable technique for the synthesis of high quality graphene p-n junctions.
Awards were presented at the Small Science Symposium: Frontiers in Nanomedicine, held 10 – 12 December 2012 in Singapore.
Solid nanoporous electolyte developed at ORNL could solve many of the safety concerns associated with current lithium-ion technology.