Article - 11 Sep 2020
The control of light by a newly developed system of nanoantennas could have important applications in fields as diverse as quantum computing and medicine.
Article - 20 Jun 2019
This article discusses the basics of understanding plasmonic nanoantennas and the applications they can be used in.
Article - 25 Nov 2010
Professor Khine from University of California, Irvine proposed a simple, ultra-rapid, and robust method to create large areas of nanowrinkles as well as sharp high surface area bimetallic...
Article - 18 May 2016
Discovered less than a decade ago, graphene is a “super material” that has engineers in many different fields excitedly pursing varied uses for it. Graphene is made of carbon in a honeycomb-lattice...
Article - 11 Nov 2018
This article discusses 3D printing and the role of atomic force microscopy (AFM) within it.
Article - 4 Mar 2015
In this interview, Rainer Hillenbrand, Nanooptics Group leader at CIC nanoGUNE and co-founder of neaspec, talks to AZoNano about the incredible possibilities of nano-FTIR, which neaspec implements in...
Article - 19 Sep 2010
Utilization of nanomaterials very often requires their dispersion in various liquids, in order to enable embedding them homogenously in a device or in a final liquid product.
Article - 22 Sep 2006
AIST has obtained results which reverse the conventional wisdom that superconducting films formed by processes needing a vacuum atmosphere are of high performance but expensive, while superconducting...
Article - 14 Jan 2020
Leading additive electronics provider, Nano Dimension, has innovated a new and unique method of using 3D printing to manufacture circuit boards. Its new system will improve the capabilities of current...
Article - 16 Nov 2018
Semiconductor nanoparticles can be used in LEDs and solar devices, and their optical modes can be imaged by cathodoluminescence spectroscopy.