Silver nanoparticles functionalized with double-stranded (ds) DNA have been designed to release energy under external stimuli like heat, light, or pH, paving the way towards intelligent nanosystems.
ECP crystal devices were fabricated based on liquid colloidal crystals to study their corresponding electrical response and color change in real time.
Monocrystalline gold flakes are shown to provide a unique nanophotonic platform to image polariton’s precise near-field probing of low-dimensional materials in a new study.
A novel method for engineering anisotropic behavior and light-matter interaction of monolayer MoS2 by fusing it with a one-dimensional (1D) AlGaAs nanowire (NW) has been presented.
A new non-invasive light mapping technique introduces a new perspective in nanophotonic characterization, ensuring extraordinarily high spatial resolution and accuracy.
Researchers used a micro-electromechanical system (MEMS)-based silicon photonic device to design an on-chip computational spectrometer in MIR. They achieved this by modulating the time-domain of waveguide couplers.
Yolk-shell nanocrystals are one-of-a-kind materials with intriguing structural features including a permeable shell, inner space, and moveable yolk. Depending on the materials that are used in producing them, these nanocrystals can be utilized for a wide range of purposes.
In new research, authors demonstrated surface templated electrophoretic deposition (STED) as a potential assembly method for a wide variety of nanocrystals.
Researchers demonstrated a scalable, bottom-up, and lithography-free approach toward creating large areas of dense localized emitters in a tungsten diselenide (WSe2) monolayer.
In a recent article, the authors presented an integrated multifunctional two-dimensional (2D) plasmonic optical tweezer with an array of graphene disks and a substrate circuit.