Article - 27 Nov 2003
In experiments using a device dubbed the "nanoscale flashlight," a team of scientists have applied a new nanoscale spectroscopic technique to studies of the collective oscillations of electrons in...
News - 25 Jan 2016
A NIMS research team developed technology to fabricate lanthanum hexaboride (LaB6) single-crystal nanowires, a promising cold field-emission electron source for electron microscopes and other devices,...
News - 25 Apr 2014
A new version of "spaser" technology being investigated could mean that mobile phones become so small, efficient, and flexible they could be printed on clothing.
A team of researchers...
News - 17 Aug 2009
Researchers have modified nanoparticles known as "Cornell dots" to make the world's tiniest laser -- so small it could be incorporated into microchips to serve as a light source for...
News - 4 Feb 2009
By integrating a solid-state electron emitter and a microcavity plasma device, researchers at the University of Illinois have created a plasma transistor that could be used to make lighter, less...
News - 28 May 2008
Carbon nanotubes, described as the reigning celebrity of the advanced materials world, are all the rage. Recently researchers at Rice University and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute used them to make...
News - 1 Feb 2008
Austin, Texas-based Nano-Proprietary, Inc., announced that its subsidiary Applied Nanotech, Inc. will exhibit at "nano tech 2008" in Tokyo, Japan February 13 - 15, 2008. For additional...
News - 21 Nov 2007
Just as silicon is the wonder material for the computer age, carbon nanotubes will most likely be the materials responsible for the next evolutionary step in electronics and computing. Their...
News - 2 Nov 2007
A tiny sensor that can detect magnetic field changes as small as 70 femtoteslas-equivalent to the brain waves of a person daydreaming-has been demonstrated at the National Institute of Standards and...
Article - 19 Jul 2013
Taiwan, located in Eastern Asia, covers a total area of 35,980 km2 and had a population of 23.57m in 2017.