News - 23 Jul 2007
Superlatticed or “striped" nanorods – crystalline materials only a few molecules in thickness and made up of two or more semiconductors – are highly valued for their potential...
Article - 23 Mar 2010
This article provides an introductory overview on the stabilization of nonmaterial by biological entities.
News - 26 Jul 2011
The researchers at the University of Pennsylvania have worked to decrease the emission lifetime of semiconductors for developing ultra-fast photonic devices by designing unique nanowires.
News - 20 Jul 2011
According to a study conducted at the University at Buffalo, it has been discovered that quantum dots manufactured from selenium and cadmium decompose in soil and release harmful selenium and cadmium...
News - 25 Feb 2013
Silicon nanocrystals have a size of a few nanometers and possess a high luminous potential. Scientists of KIT and the University of Toronto/Canada have now succeeded in manufacturing silicon-based...
News - 31 Aug 2010
Berkeley Lab scientists delivered nearly 100 presentations at the American Chemical Society’s Fall 2010 national meeting in Boston, August 22-26, 2010.
In the opening scene of the famous 1967...
News - 22 Jul 2015
From wet chemistry to computer simulations, this year's Materials Processing Center-Center for Materials Science and Engineering Summer Scholars are engaged in MIT research projects targeting...
News - 2 Nov 2010
Sue Carter, a professor of physics at the University of California, Santa Cruz, is pursuing a variety of strategies to develop cheaper and more efficient solar cells. She was awarded five new grants...
Article - 19 Apr 2017
Cation exchange (CE) is known to be a powerful tool for the synthesis of heterogeneous nanocrystals and is currently divided into two main routes- ion solvation-driven CE reactions and thermally...
News - 13 Jul 2012
The Air Force Office of Scientific Research has awarded a US $2.9 million grant to a multidisciplinary team of researchers led by Professor Paras Prasad from the University at Buffalo (UB) to develop...