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Putting the holes in holey white graphene
Catalytic oxidation of boron nitride nanosheets creates pits and holes that have well-defined shapes and edges, enabling ‘holey graphene’ for applications in electronics and molecular transport.
Improving the resolution of extreme-UV lithography scanners
An anamorphic lens with a numerical aperture of about 0.5 can be used to realize economically viable step and scan systems.
12 January 2016
Manufacturing technology for lithography optics
A novel process combines conventional polishing and computer-controlled surface finishing techniques to produce spherical and aspheric surfaces.
7 January 2016
Vacuum-free and solvent-free fabrication of organic field-effect transistors
Cold and hot isostatic pressing enables the production of organic semiconductor layers with improved electrical characteristics.
22 December 2015
Extreme UV for system-on-chip: Does it really help?
Considering chip design challenges is critical in accurately quantifying the potential benefit of extreme UV.
16 December 2015
Using microfluidics for tunable metamaterials
The first demonstration of a random access reconfigurable metamaterial has a flat lens solution and can offer ultimate freedom for wavefront control at sub-wavelength resolutions.
10 December 2015
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