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Solar hydrogen: big ideas, small solutions

As researchers race to develop novel semiconductors that efficiently split water to produce hydrogen, nanotechnology is providing winning solutions.

Ordered lattices of nanostructures with unique electromagnetic properties not found in nature offer novel sensing possibilities for diagnosis, treatment, and management of disease.

30 September 2014

A simple and versatile synthesis platform enables the preparation of engineered hybrid spin-on materials and micro and nanostructured surfaces for fast and inexpensive development of miniaturized devices.

30 September 2014

Using dyes and quantum dots to dope liquid crystal films achieves displays with reconstructed holographic videos at a refresh rate of 25Hz.

29 September 2014

Nanosized particles with low overlap between their absorption and emission spectra allow more of the sun's light energy to be captured.

25 September 2014
Simulated test protocols are used to investigate the effectiveness of a novel and non-lethal approach for the degradation of human performance.
23 September 2014
Graphene-based sensor points to improved retinal implants
Work on material's biomedical uses forms part of project now supported by EU's Graphene Flagship initiative.
30 September 2014
Nanophotonics: no shortage of big ideas
Invisibility cloaking? Color-changing wallpaper? Medical sensors? It's all possible with nanophotonics, discovers Andrew Williams.
29 September 2014
UK-led team to build new VLT spectrograph
Instrument to use near-infrared spectroscopy and fiber-optics to create an intergalactic star map.
26 September 2014
 
Jakob Skov: Supercontinuum applications for sensing and diagnostics

Nature News Blog / SPIE Newsroom
26 September 2014

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