Researchers today announced that they demonstrated the operation of graphene field-effect transistors at GHz frequencies, and achieved the highest frequencies reported so far using this novel non-silicon electronic material.
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A Canadian and British research team has developed a highly effective photonic crystal whose color can be adjusted continuously from UV through the wavelengths of visible light and into the near-infrared range.
A research team led by Prof. NIU Li with the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) Changchun Institute of Applied Chemistry has made a series of advances in its research into chemical sensor elements based on nano-structured composite materials and their analytical instrumentalization.
Over the last 60 years, ever-smaller generations of transistors have driven exponential growth in computing power. Could molecules, each turned into miniscule computer components, trigger even greater growth in computing over the next 60?
A discovery by Canada-U.S. biophysicists will improve the understanding of ion channels, akin to little 'nano-machines' or 'nano-valves' in our body, which when they malfunction can cause genetic illnesses that attack muscles, the central nervous system and the heart.
Aiming to mass-produce a lithium battery for vehicles, 14 U.S. companies with expertise in batteries and advanced materials have formed an alliance with a government laboratory, the Argonne National Laboratory said on Thursday.