Article - 4 Dec 2003
Nanogen, Inc. has announced that it has been issued a U.S. Patent on "Methods for the Electronic Assembly and Fabrication of Devices" which describes a unique electric field 'pick and place' process...
Article - 18 Nov 2003
Engineers have designed a new diode that transmits more electricity than any other device of its kind. It is a tunnel diode compatible with silicon and could easily be built into mainstream electronic...
Article - 17 Nov 2003
Researchers at the University of Rochester have induced ideal photon emission from carbon nanotubes. Posted September 5th 2003
Article - 3 May 2013
Virginia, situated in the South Atlantic region of the United States, had a population of 8,185,867 in 2012. The state is spread over a total area of 110,785.67 km2.
Article - 15 Dec 2006
Quantum dots are tiny nanocrystals that glow when stimulated by an external source such as ultraviolet (UV) light. How many atoms are included in the quantum dot determines their size and the size of...
Article - 30 Aug 2006
Is nanoutopia hype, a super hype, a dream or a viable possibility? As evidence shows, it is the transformation of a dream to reality. The emerging field of nanoscale science engineering and technology...
Article - 25 Aug 2005
This article offers an understanding of what nanotechnology is all about by explaining how materials behave at nanoscale level. A definition of nanotechnology, an overview of the nanoscale dimensions,...
Article - 10 May 2004
A University of Nebraska-Lincoln chemist and his team have made an unexpected discovery - at extremes of size, silicon may behave like a metal. Posted February 25 2004
Article - 13 Jan 2004
Ohio University has received a grant for research into ultra-small magnetism, an atomic property that results from electronic "spin". Posted November 20 2003
Article - 9 Dec 2003
Researchers have demonstrated experimentally that the shape of a semiconductor nanocrystal can affect its electronic and optical properties. Posted October 2 2003