Article - 28 Sep 2004
Researchers at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory have moved a step closer to being able to channel light using nanoribbons and nanowires. Posted September 1 2004
Article - 6 Oct 2005
Accelrys' DMol3 software has been used to investigate the nitrogen dioxide sensing abilities of SnO2 (tin dioxide) nanoribbons. This work is important in the development of chemical sensors.
Article - 16 Apr 2004
Georgia Institute of Technology researchers have developed a way to spontaneously form microscopic zinc oxide ribbons into coils of slinky-like perfect rings. Posted April 9 2004
Article - 25 Jul 2005
Semiconducting oxide nanobelts (or nanoribbons) have unique properties which make them very appealing to manufacturers of sensors, transistors and other electronic devices.
Industry uses for...
News - 14 Jan 2015
A team of researchers from the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) and the University of California, Berkeley have collaborated to develop an accurate method using pre-designed...
Article - 4 Apr 2017
Scientists at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) Center for Nanophase Material Sciences in collaboration with North Carolina State University have developed GNRs without the use of metal...
News - 13 Aug 2015
Graphene, an atom-thick material with extraordinary properties, is a promising candidate for the next generation of dramatically faster, more energy-efficient electronics.
News - 6 Feb 2019
Two-dimensional sheets of graphene in the form of ribbons a few tens of nanometers across have unique properties that are highly interesting for use in future electronics. Researchers have now for the...
Article - 27 Aug 2018
When a drop of any type of liquid lands on the surface of a material, various different physical effects that range from sticking to rebounding can occur. Nanoribbons, particularly those composed of...
Article - 20 Apr 2011
The arrangement of carbon atoms differentiates a pencil lead from a pricey diamond. In the past three decades, new carbon materials such as fullerenes, carbon nanotubes (CNTs), and graphene have...