Graphene has attracted major interest from companies like IBM and Samsung as a platform for electronics beyond CMOS technology. Tim Harper analyzes the challenges and opportunities of using both graphene and silicene in Microelectronics.
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Scientists at EPFL have developed a new lab-on-a-chip technique to analyze single cells from an entire population. This new method, which uses beads and microfluidics, can change the way we study mixed populations of cells.
Recent market estimates towards the end of last year put the international market for graphene in the same range as the total invested in graphene producers. Tim Harper analyzes what this means for graphene producers and product developers.
Scientists from the University of Twente have developed spherical gold particles which are capable of drilling a nano-diameter tunnel in a ceramic material upon heating.
Scientists from ICFO, MIT, CNRS, CNISM and Graphenea have conducted a study on the active electrical control of energy flow from erbium ions into plasmons and photons.
In this interview, Thomas Mueller talks about the development of the new Inspire™ system and the PeakForce IR method, which uses sSNOM technology to generate high-resolution chemical maps.
Adam Kollin, President of RHK Technology, talks to AZoNano.com about the features and benefits of the Low Temp PanScan.
Jack Saad, Associate Scientist at Micromeritics, talks to AZoNano.com about nano particle sizing and the zeta potential.
Raphaëlle Dianoux, CEO at NanoScan, talks to AZoNano.com about their new VLS-80 system for surface analysis.
In this interview, James Murray from MetNano talks about their unique, patented process for producing high quality silver colloids and nanoparticles, scalable to industrial volumes.
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