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Microfluidic Devices Using Principles Of Electronic Integration - New Technology
ASU Researchers Measure The Electrical Resistance of Single Molecules - New Technology
Arizona State University Receives Funding as Part of New National Nanotechnology Coordinated Infrastructure
New Type of Thin Film Protects Surface of Battery Electrodes and Prolongs Battery Life
Nanoparticle System Decorated with Nanobodies to Locate Cellular Source of Brain Damage
Scientists Aim to Develop Nanomaterial-based Water Treatment Technologies
ASU’s Center for Nanotechnology in Society to Broaden Underrepresented Minorities Participation in Science, Society Careers
Nature Hails ASU Paper on TEM Technique for High-Resolution Imaging of Crystal Structures
American Society for Photobiology Recognizes ASU Chemical Engineer as an Emerging Research Leader
Research Team Develops 3-D Artificial Enzyme Cascade Using DNA Nanotechnology
Pure Samples of Individual Amino Acids Successfully Identified Through Recognition Tunneling
ASU Receives Nearly $200,000 from NSF’s Nano Undergraduate Education Program
Arizona State University Leads Investigation into Environmental Risks of Nanomaterials
X-ray Free-Electron Laser Helps Image Structure of G Protein-Coupled Receptors at Room Temperature
ASU and 7 Research Universities to Setup New Science and Technology Center Sponsored by NSF
ASU Engineers Construct Foldable Lithium-Ion Battery Using Carbon Nanotube-Coated Paper
New Virtual Institute for Responsible Innovation to be Established at ASU Center for Nanotechnology in Society
Researchers Endeavor to Develop Advanced Methods for Extracting Nanomaterials from Water
Nanostructures Made by Dealloying Lithium-Tin Alloys May Help Improve Battery Energy Storage
Advanced Microscopy Methods to Capture Molecular-Scale Phenomena in Living Systems
Novel Method to Study Materials at High Pressure and Temperature Using Electron Microscopes
Study on Electrochemical Processes at the Nanometer Scale Receives MURI Grant
Advanced Mixed Oxide Thin Film Transistors Used to Create Flexible Color Organic Light Emitting Display
DNA Nanostructure-Based Vaccine May Help Address Nicotine Dependence
Motor Neuron Researcher Initiates Blue Brain Project
Atomic Force Microscopy and Ballistic Intracellular Nano-Rheology Provide New View of Cancer Cells
ASU Sophomore to Develop Nanoscale Batteries at ISTB 4 Research Building
Researchers Announce Progress in Developing Room Temperature Operable Low-Power Nanolasers
ASU Researchers Develop Nanocomposite Materials that Act Like Surgical Solders
Nanoscale Heat Transfer Research Earns Air Force Grant
Researchers Produce 2-D and 3-D Structures in the Field of DNA Nanotechnology
PARC, ASU Center Develop Flexible X-Ray Detector Using Advanced Thin Film Transistors
ASU Student-Built Infrared Camera to Fly on Nanosatellite
Femtosecond Crystallography Reveals 3D Structure of Enzyme Linked to Sleeping Sickness
New Method to Measure Catalytical Reactions of Single Nanoparticles
Nanocrystallography Technique to Capture Biomolecules in Action
DNA Nanotechnology Paves for New Class of Synthetic Vaccines
Novel Nanoscale Material Compositions Help Optimize Infrared Photodetectors
Scientists Create High Optical Quality Material in Single-Crystal Nanowire Form
Arizona State University Inks Partnership for Flexible Electronics with City University of Hong Kong
Research Team to Develop Thin-Film Paper Computer
ASU's Research on Single Molecule Aids Development of Future Nanoscale Devices
ASU Secures $1 Million Grant for Developing New 3D Imaging Microscope
ASU Hosts Nanotechnology Regulation Conference on March 21, 2011
ASU Scientist Demonstrates Controlling Electrical Conductance of Single Molecules
ASU Professor Honored for Significant Contributions in Nanotechnology
Federal University Team Honored for Developing Nanotube Technology to Disperse Oil from Water
ASU's New Nanomaterials to be Displayed at Making Stuff Festival
Development of Flexible Display Screens for Electronic Devices
Measuring Van Der Waals Force Helps to Understand Structure of Atoms
ASU Researchers Develop New Microscopy Technique to Explore Single Cells
ASU Installs Aberration-Corrected Electron Microscopes to Aid Researchers
New Study Highlights Major Flaw in Single-Question Surveys on Nanotechnology or Biofuels
ASU to Host Nanotechnology Symposium at Biodesign Institute
Grand Challenges Research Seed Funding Grants Awarded to ASU Faculty
Biophysicist Lindsay Introduces Low Cost Technique to Read DNA Sequencing
ASU Forms New Center for Photonics Innovation
Surface Plasmon Resonance Microscopy Helps to Detect H1N1 Virus Particles
Nanoparticles Enable New Device to Detect Infectious Diseases Faster
ASU Professor Chosen as Fellow of the Royal Society
SAGE Publishes New Encyclopedia of Nanoscience and Society
ASU to Receive Grant for Development of New Lasers, Infrared Photodetectors
Jingang Li, Ph.D.
In this interview, AZoNano discusses the development of a novel solid-state optical nanomotor, which is driven by light.
Professor Jacek Jasienak
In this interview, we discuss a nanoparticle ink used to produce low-cost printable perovskite solar cells, helping to catalyze the technology transition toward commercial viable perovskite-based devices.
Ping Wang, Ph.D.
We speak with researchers behind the latest advancement in graphene hBN research that could boost the development of next-generation electronic and quantum devices.
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The Filmetrics R54 advanced sheet resistance mapping tool for semiconductor and compound semiconductor wafers.
The Filmetrics F40 turns your benchtop microscope into an instrument for measuring thickness and refractive index.