Article - 25 Jul 2005
Nanotechnology methods and devices are set to have a profound impact in the field of informatics, electronics and information and communications technology. The area of silicon...
Article - 27 Jun 2005
Nanoscience is a new scientific discipline that aims to increase our knowledge and understanding of atomic and molecular structures. This brief overview defines the exact nanoscale parameters of...
Article - 17 May 2004
A team of chemists has developed a unique new coating for inorganic particles at the nanoscale that may be able to disguise the particles as proteins. Posted April 29 2004
Article - 24 Jan 2005
Nanostructured optoelectronic components have many potential uses in space applications. With special focus on optical communications, this article looks at how laser terminals, quantum dot lasers,...
Article - 28 Jun 2005
Applying nanotechnology methods in the area of materials can result in the creation of novel materials with new, unique and exciting properties. The classification and composition of nanomaterials,...
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
Article - 31 Aug 2016
Nanoscale structures such as quantum wires and quantum dots are being researched widely with the aim to develop more remarkable devices, such as efficient LEDs and lasers, or quantum data processing...
Article - 19 Sep 2006
Nanowires are just like normal electrical wires other than the fact that they are extremely small. Nanowires can be made from a range of conducting and semiconducting materials like copper, silver,...
Article - 11 Aug 2006
Carbon nanotubes can conduct electricity better than metals due to something known as ballistic transport. In addition to high electrical conductivity, electrons move between nanotube wires using...
Article - 14 Dec 2004
Nanotubes and novel materials (‘nanomaterials’) are likely to be used across many industries, including packaging, space travel, automobiles, fuel catalysts, textiles and construction.