Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania have announced that they have bridged a major obstruction in the creation of nanoscale electronics by developing a simple, reliable and observable method of creating tiny, tiny gaps between electrodes.
Researchers have produced their first working prototype of a new ultrashort pulse laser. The new technology could significantly reduce the cost of doing business across industries ranging from telecommunications to medical diagnostics.
New research shows that a novel class of nitrides made from noble metals can be synthesized under extreme conditions and are likely to have unusual or even unique properties that would be useful in semiconductor, superconductor and corrosion-resistant devices.
In a live webcast tomorrow, Friday, March 10 2006, 2:00 p.m - 3:00 p.m (EST), the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars will introduce its new inventory of nanotechnology-based consumer products.