Article - 18 Nov 2003
The Department of Energy’s Sandia National Laboratories and the University of New Mexico School of Medicine, have used a unique biolaser to study the reactions of ultrasmall biological organelles in...
News - 14 Jan 2015
A simple method to sense DNA, as well as potential biomarker proteins of cancer or other diseases such as Alzheimer's, may soon be within reach - thanks to the work of a team of Yokohama National...
News - 24 Dec 2007
Every advance in memory storage devices presents a new marvel
of just how much memory can be squeezed into very small spaces.
Considering the potential of nanolasers being developed in...
News - 7 Jul 2016
Researchers from ANU have found a way to enhance the performance of nanolasers by adding impurities. This discovery will be key to the development of quantum computing, low-cost biomedical sensors and...
News - 12 Feb 2016
Physicists at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) have developed a nanolaser, a thousand times thinner than a human hair. Thanks to an ingenious process, the nanowire lasers grow right on a...
News - 1 Oct 2010
Imagine the day a machine can draw your blood, screen it for genetic mutations and chemical variations that can cause cancer, and pop out a drug tailor-made for your DNA.
That hypothetical drug would...
News - 28 Jul 2009
We could soon see the potential of laser technology expand dramatically. Ways
to make lasers smaller are being discovered through collaborative efforts of
researchers at Arizona State...
News - 21 Jun 2007
Scientists at Yokohama National University in Japan have built a highly efficient room-temperature nanometer-scale laser that produces stable, continuous streams of near-infrared laser light. The...
News - 26 Mar 2015
University of Washington scientists have built a new nanometer-sized laser — using the thinnest semiconductor available today — that is energy efficient, easy to build and compatible with...
Article - 2 Aug 2017
While graphene is the thinnest and strongest material known to man, its lack of a natural bandgap prevents it from being used for important transistor and optoelectronic devices.