Showing Spotlights 113 - 120 of 121 in category Nano-optics, -Photonics (newest first):
An electrochromic display is one of the most attractive candidates for paper-like displays, so called electronic paper, which will be the next generation display, owing to attributes such as thin and flexible materials, low-power consumption, and fast switching times.
Jun 19th, 2006
Optical labeling is an important tool in biological imaging because it offers superb discrimination between the sites of interest and the crowded background of a biological specimen. Diamonds nanocrystals have several advantages over other optical labels and open new opportunities in optical imaging, especially in applications where the size of optical labels represents an important parameter.
Jun 1st, 2006
Researchers in Germany managed to integrate quantum dots (QD) into the walls of nano- and microtubes. This novel structure serves as a quantum light emitter as well as optical waveguide. This represents a major step toward the realization of flexible high quality factor optical resonators based on tubes.
Apr 11th, 2006
Nano Zinc Oxide (ZnO) and Carbon Nanotubes (CNTs) are arguably two of the most studied nanomaterials in recent years. Combining these two nanomaterials into hybrid nanomaterial presents a fascinating nanosystem for further investigations.
Mar 10th, 2006
Researchers in the UK and Germany told Nanowerk that they developed a simple, fast and efficient method for fabricating metallic photonic crystals. This new method opens the door to a number of applications in telecommunication, all-optical switching, sensors, and semiconductor devices.
Mar 8th, 2006
The application of phase and polarization control may lead to guidance of light in the nanoscale via metal nanoparticle arrays.
Mar 3rd, 2006
Researchers at the Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST) succeeded in fabricating a fascinating ZnO nanosheet structure.
Feb 22nd, 2006
A novel micro-reactor approach for fabricating self-organzed, photosensitive gold-peapodded silica nanowires has been developed by a group of researchers in Taiwan.
Feb 20th, 2006