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As researchers race to develop novel semiconductors that efficiently split water to produce hydrogen, nanotechnology is providing winning solutions.
Using dyes and quantum dots to dope liquid crystal films achieves displays with reconstructed holographic videos at a refresh rate of 25Hz.
Nanosized particles with low overlap between their absorption and emission spectra allow more of the sun's light energy to be captured.
Critical dimension inspection based on a library of simulated through-focus diffraction patterns and a mechanical-free defocusing process could improve high-throughput quality control.
Nature News Blog / SPIE Newsroom 26 September 2014