The I.B.M. advance, which the researchers reported in the journal Science , is a circuit known as a broadband frequency mixer that was built on a wafer of silicon. I.B.M. Researchers Create High-Speed Graphene Circuits
Nano electronics; new devices and incremental nanotechnology Guosheng Cheng - Yale University, USA AWAITING CAPTION ... Elena Cimpoiasu - Yale University, USA AWAITING CAPTION ... Paul Edwards - University of Strathclyde, UK SEM image of an array of gallium nitride micropyramids ...
Nanotechnological innovations can improve water purification Research teams are trying different approaches within the nanotechnological field to improve water membrane technologies.
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Computer circuits and nanodevices are already smaller than that, and getting still smaller. Silver bits channel nano light TRN 042303
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A scanning electron microscope image of some of the magnetic mirror´s “fish scale”-shaped aluminum nanowires. A New Reflection in the Mirror
InContext Modules The U.S. National Nanotechnology Initiative uses the term "nanotechnology" to describe research and technology development aimed to work at atomic and molecular scales... MORE...
Writing Circuits on Graphene Using a heated atomic force microscope tip, researchers have drawn nanoscale conductive patterns on insulating graphene oxide. This simple trick to control graphene oxide’s conductivity could pave the way for etching electronic circuits into the carbon material, an important advance toward high-speed, low-power, and potentially cheaper computer processors.
'Bacterial nanowires' could revolutionise bioelectronics A bacterium called Geobacter sulfurreducens contains microbial nanowires that can efficiently transmit electricity, holding great promise for nanotechnology and bioelectronics.
Illustration of QPCM on a Cu(111) surface. (A) Schematic model demonstrating the working principle of QPCM. Atomic stacks imaged in real space
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