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Laser Zone Annealing Technique Enables Rapid Self-Assembly at the Nanoscale

Laser Zone Annealing Technique Enables Rapid Self-Assembly at the Nanoscale

Researchers from the Brookhaven National Laboratory of the US Department of Energy have succeeded in developing a laser-based method for executing self-assembly at the nanoscale with excellent ease and efficiency. [More]

Horiba Scientific Present Webinar on Characterization Techniques for 2D Nanocrystals

Horiba Scientific and Spectroscopy Online will present a webinar on photoluminescence and Raman imaging for the characterization of 2D nanocrystals, on May 19th at 10:00am PDT/1:00pm ET. Two-Dimensional (2D) crystals ... [More]
ORNL Researchers Design Antireflective, Superhydrophobic Glass Coating

ORNL Researchers Design Antireflective, Superhydrophobic Glass Coating

Drawing inspiration from a lotus leaf and moth’s eye, a research group at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) of the Department of Energy has developed an antireflective, superhydrophobic glass coating. [More]
Researchers Fabricate High-Performance 3D Microbatteries by Combining 2D Photolithography and 3D Holographic Lithography

Researchers Fabricate High-Performance 3D Microbatteries by Combining 2D Photolithography and 3D Holographic Lithography

A high-performance 3D microbattery has been fabricated by a research team at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign using a unique combination of 2D photolithography and 3D holographic lithography. This breakthrough device is ideally suited for on-chip integration with microelectronic devices on a large scale. [More]
New Technique for Creating Nanoscale Whispering Galleries for Graphene Electrons

New Technique for Creating Nanoscale Whispering Galleries for Graphene Electrons

Scientists at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have developed nanoscale whispering galleries for graphene electrons. [More]
New Method to More Accurately Model 2D Structures Through Geometry

New Method to More Accurately Model 2D Structures Through Geometry

A research team from University of Arkansas has proposed a new method for modeling 2D structures more accurately through geometry. This new approach allows them to conclude how shape differences affect properties of atomic materials. [More]
MIT Researchers Enable Durable Filtration Membranes by Plugging Up Graphene Defects

MIT Researchers Enable Durable Filtration Membranes by Plugging Up Graphene Defects

Researchers from MIT, King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals (KFUPM) and Oak Ridge National Laboratory have come up with a novel method to fill the defects or holes in graphene. [More]
Researchers Observe 1D Ballistic Valley-Polarized Electron Conducting Channels in Bilayer Graphene

Researchers Observe 1D Ballistic Valley-Polarized Electron Conducting Channels in Bilayer Graphene

Researchers at Berkeley Lab have discovered one-dimensional, topologically protected ballistic electron conducting channels at bilayer graphene’s domain walls. [More]
Sir Martin Wood Science Prize Winners for China Announced by Oxford Instruments

Sir Martin Wood Science Prize Winners for China Announced by Oxford Instruments

Oxford Instruments is delighted to announce Dr Jian WANG from Peking University and Dr Shiyan LI from Fudan University as the joint winners of the 2015 Sir Martin Wood Science Prize for China. [More]
Promethean Particles to Display Nanoparticle-Based Copper Pre-Inks at Printed Electronics Europe 2015

Promethean Particles to Display Nanoparticle-Based Copper Pre-Inks at Printed Electronics Europe 2015

At Printed Electronics 2015 in Berlin, 28-29 April, Promethean Particles is showcasing a new material which could provide a viable alternative to the use of silver for conductive inks in printed electronics. The IDTechEx event is Europe’s premier expo for new developments in high tech flexible electronics applications. [More]