Article - 19 Sep 2010
IBN's single-step fabrication technique obviates the time-consuming and labor-intensive lithography process for nano-scale device fabrication, and enhances the fabrication accuracy and yield.
Article - 3 Aug 2006
The Plastic Electronics Technology Centre (PETeC) will develop direct write technologies and flexible functional materials (FFM) such as polymer electronics.
Article - 29 Apr 2010
Helium ion microscopy (HIM) offers the ability to carry out both high precision ion machining and sub-nanometer resolution imaging with high surface sensitivity in order to inspect patterns created in...
Article - 27 Sep 2006
Several lithographic techniques are used for patterning in the nanoscale region. Dip Pen Nanolithography combines cutting edge atomic level technologies with age old writing methods.
Article - 15 Aug 2006
Research at the Photonic Materials Institute may open opportunities in applications, including optical data storage and optical computing, sensors and probes for chemical, industrial or biomedical...
Article - 23 Mar 2004
Dip Pen Nanolithography (DPN), a direct-write soft lithography method, is used to develop nanostructures on a preferred substrate.
Article - 19 Mar 2004
With the help of semiconductor nanocrystals, researchers at the are now able to capture movies of signal transmission processes involved in the control of gene expression. This breakthrough is...
Article - 1 Jul 2010
OPV materials are an emerging alternative technology for converting sunlight into electricity. OPVs are potentially very inexpensive to process, highly scalable in terms of manufacturing, and...
Article - 18 Apr 2010
Dr Krassen Dimitrov and his colleagues at the Single Molecule Nanotechnology group is now working on new methods for electronic detection of nanobarcodes, which will offer higher resolution than...
Article - 21 Nov 2005
For the emerging field of nanotechnology to reach its full economic potential, the federal government must significantly increase funding for research on environmental and safety implications of...