Scientists from École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) have come up with a new kind of printing process that involves the elimination of material instead of depositing it. The method could be, specifically, beneficial for printing banknotes and ID documents, for instance.
New research examines the application of optical nanopore sensing techniques for quantitative analysis.
Modeling, evaluation, and fabrication of silver resonant nanoparticles for use in biomolecule sensing were examined.
A thorough evaluation of plasmonic materials utilized as solar fuels and reducing levels of carbon dioxide has been published.
Today, KLA Instruments™ announced the next generation of the Filmetrics® Profilm3D® optical profiler.
Zinc-doped cesium lead bromide perovskite nanocrystals are modified with ligand-assisted reprecipitation synthesis for biocompatibility and bioimaging applications.
A study shows a new method for producing blue, white and cyan luminescence by layering the thermal oxidized porous silicon with Carbon Nanostructures.
The performance of the MoS2/ZnO heterostructure photodetectors, by improving the localized surface plasmon resonance of Au nanoparticles, has been demonstrated.
Employing the capillary-driven, self-assembly technique, a group of researchers demonstrated a practical method for generating ordered arrays of nanodiamonds.
The evolution of MEMS-tuned metamaterials has been examined and evaluated using different kinds of actuation mechanisms.