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Nanotechnology

Nanoparticles confer tailored optical properties on plastics
Dispersing nanostructured additives in common polymers makes these tough and versatile materials suitable for optical applications.
Spatially engineering nitrogen impurities in zinc oxide nanostructured arrays decouples optical absorption and electron transport for photoelectrochemical activity.
21 August 2014
Ultraviolet light and nanospherical-lens lithography together fabricate large-area nano-ellipse arrays.
30 July 2014
Membranes of phase-change materials are used to control radiative heat flow between two bodies in thermal analogs of field-effect transistors.
29 July 2014
Helium ion microscopy is able to produce gaps less than 5nm in width and narrow bridges in plasmonic nanostructures.
22 July 2014
Placing noble metal nanowires in microstructured optical fibers allows for the integration of plasmonics and fiber optics, leading to a novel kind of plasmonic excitation for near-field microscopy.
14 July 2014
Cascade laser sensor may replace pinprick blood tests
Researchers at Princeton develop mid-IR noninvasive technique; could improve quality of life for diabetics.
28 August 2014
Bringing OCT to new markets
Joseph Schmitt of St Jude Medical believes entering new sectors is easier than ever, but planning is still the key.
26 August 2014
Future of medicine: disposable biosensors and 'electroceutics'?
SPIE plenary session hears about point-of-care diagnostics and a new idea for beating post-surgical infection.
21 August 2014
'3-in-1' optical skin cancer probe developed
Device could cut unnecessary biopsies, offer rapid non-invasive examination of melanomas.
14 August 2014
 
Vincent Ginis: Metamaterials and transformation optics