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Nanotechnology

Nitride-nanowire-based flexible LEDs
A novel fabrication procedure is used to produce flexible devices that include inorganic semiconductor nanowires and that can compete with organic devices in terms of brightness.
A new approach enables the fast simulation of chip-scale imprinting, helping to co-optimize layout designs and processing parameters for acceptable yield and throughput in memory manufacturing.
29 May 2017
A universal map, based on power conservation, reveals all allowable scattering states in a single plot and can be used to inversely design field-controllable structures.
23 May 2017
Specialized smart tips and topographic filters are used to fully realize high-spatial-resolution and high-chemical-sensitivity imaging with synchrotron x-ray scanning tunneling microscopy.
11 May 2017
A new silicon waveguide device provides high-performance, ultra-broadband on-chip beamsplitting with a very compact footprint.
25 April 2017
A simple and cost-effective sol-gel method produces stable titanium dioxide and titanium oxynitride photoresists, and is compatible with many photolithographic techniques.
10 April 2017
NASA ditches Earth observation missions amid 'troubling' US science budget
Trump proposals slammed but space agency and others remain committed to some key optics-related developments, including LIGO and telescopes.
24 May 2017
Photoacoustic imaging shows accurate tumor margins
Using ultraviolet wavelengths reveals cell architecture more rapidly than standard histology.
24 May 2017
LASER 2017 exhibitors give a taste of what's on show in Munich
Early announcements from suppliers including French cluster Alpha RLH, SPI Lasers and Toptica Photonics.
24 May 2017
VSY claims advantage after latest Zeiss ruling
Dutch firm contends that the German optics giant misled the public with earlier statements about a patent lawsuit ruling on intraocular lenses.
22 May 2017
 
Malte Gather: OLEDs to increase specificity for optogenetic applications