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Nanoscale Science and Engineering - News


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Donhee Ham and Hosang Yoon in the laboratory Measuring the mass of 'massless' electrons
Released June 23, 2014
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engineering graphic Studies: Motor control development continues longer than previously believed
Released September 18, 2013
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researchers fabricated nanostructures Penn scientists demonstrate new method for harvesting energy from light
Released September 9, 2013
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tracking a nanowire device's photocurrent response Measuring progress in nanotech design
Released September 3, 2013
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holographic component fabricated by ion milling "Groovy" hologram creates strange state of light at visible and invisible wavelengths
Released August 20, 2013
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catalytic reactions Penn Researchers Help Show New Way to Study and Improve Catalytic Reactions
Released July 18, 2013
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Alex Zettl (left) and Will Regan Photovoltaics From Any Semiconductor
Released July 26, 2012
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time cloaking simulation Now You See It, Now You Didn't: Cloaking a Moment in Time
Released January 5, 2012
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plasmonic airy beam Shooting Light a Curve
Released August 11, 2011
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an epidermal electronic system Smart Skin: Electronics That Stick and Stretch Like a Temporary Tattoo
Released August 11, 2011
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the hybrid plasmon polariton nanoscale waveguide Nanoscale Waveguide for Future Photonics
Released May 31, 2011
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 a silicon waveguide Graphene Optical Modulators Could Lead to Ultrafast Communications
Released May 8, 2011
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News thumbnail GRIN Plasmonics
Released January 24, 2011
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mobius converter Strange New Twist: Berkeley Researchers Discover Möbius Symmetry in Metamaterials
Released December 20, 2010
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schematic of a plasmon laser Scientists Take Plasmon Lasers Out of Deep Freeze
Released December 19, 2010
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new microlaser Capasso Lab Demonstrates Highly Unidirectional 'Whispering Gallery' Microlasers
Released December 13, 2010
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chemistry graphic Scientists Design New Delivery Device for Gene Therapy
Released July 6, 2010
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electric field of a bipyramid Timely Technology Sees Tiny Transitions
Released June 23, 2010
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Illustration of a diamond nanowire matrix emitting a stream of single photons. For Nanowires, Nothing Sparkles Quite Like Diamond
Released February 15, 2010
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Illustration of DNA molecules in a nanoscale channel getting trapped by light. Nano "Tractor Beam" Traps DNA
Released December 31, 2008
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Photo of template with nanoscale silicon pillars. Self-assembling Polymer Arrays Improve Data Storage Potential
Released August 14, 2008
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Photo of the electronic-eye camera. The Shape of Things to Come
Released August 6, 2008
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This image, taken by a transmission electron microscope, shows the carbon-nanotube radio. World's Smallest Radio Fits in the Palm of the Hand . . . of an Ant
Released October 31, 2007
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Researchers at the University of Cincinnati have grown the world's longest carbon nanotube arrays. The Longest Carbon Nanotubes You've Ever Seen
Released May 10, 2007
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