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Electrons in graphene behave like light, only better

illustration of refraction through a normal optical medium versus what it would look like for a medium capable of negative refraction

A mask created to realise an array of cavities in 3D photonic crystal

A mask created to realise an array of cavities in photonic crystal

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How Julia Greer Manipulates Materials to Create Astonishing Properties

Nano-Architecture A Caltech scientist creates tiny lattices; materials whose structures can be precisely tailored so they are strong yet flexible and extremely light. Lighter structural materials would be more energy-efficient and versatile.

For the first time, scientists capture electron movements inside a solar cell  #solar #energy #nanotechnology

For the first time, scientists capture electron movements inside a solar cell

If they’re quick about it, “hot” electrons excited in a plasmonic metal can tunnel their way across a nanoscale gap to a neighboring metal. Rice University scientists said the cool part is what happens in the gap. A Rice team discovered those electrons can create a photovoltage about a thousand...

If they're quick about it, "hot" electrons excited in a plasmonic metal can tunnel their way across a nanoscale gap to a neighboring metal. Rice University scientists said the cool part is what happens in the gap.

Conceptual diagram of a multiferroic material

The newest discovery in emergent matter science. Skyrmions, which generate new phenomena that defy conventional wisdom, are an emergent phenomenon of electron spins.

refractive indices of an optical fluid and glass particles suspended in it

Mixing solids and liquids enhances optical properties of both

3D topology of the nanoscale deposit fabricated via bridging 'arch' connection between two adjacent nanopillars

“Nanobridges” Formed Using Electron Beam Writing with Tiny Jets of Liquid Precursor

From nanocrystals to earthquakes solid materials share similar failure characteristics #Geology #GeologyPage

From nanocrystals to earthquakes, solid materials share similar failure characteristics

Electrons are caught mysteriously disappearing and reappearing in atoms in breakthrough that could lead to the 'next generation of electronics' Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-4319498/Electrons-use-quantum-leaps-jump-atomic-layers.html#ixzz4c5MPDGjj Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

Have scientists finally cracked the 'next generation' of electronics?

Illustration of laser beam triggering quantum movement of electrons between top and bottom layers, bypassing middle layer. The new tri-layer material from KU's Ultrafast Laser Lab material someday could lead to next-generation electronics.

Nanoplasmonics makes the impossible possible

Researchers will take on a task that until now has been deemed impossible: creating strong interaction between light and magnetic fields and determining ways to control light with magnetism on the nanoscale.

all-optical, 3-D method of electron pulse compressio

all-optical, method of electron pulse compressio

Chemistry on the Edge: Study Pinpoints Most Active Areas of Reactions on Nanoscale Particles

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Coaxial nanotubes used to improve performance of lithium-sulfur batteries

Coaxial nanotubes used to improve performance of lithium-sulfur batteries

As molecular-level electronic, photonic and biological devices grow smaller, approaching the nanometer scale, chemists, physicists and materials scientists strive to predict the magnitude of the fundamental intermolecular interactions, and whether new hierarchical combinations of these material components will assemble and function as designed.

As molecular-level electronic, photonic and biological devices grow smaller, approaching the nanometer scale, chemists, physicists and materials scientists strive to predict the magnitude of the fundamental intermolecular .

Researchers used the spin of light to guide the flow of optical information

Researchers at MIT and other institutions have found a new phenomenon in the behavior of a kind of quasiparticles called plasmons as they move along tiny ribbons of two-dimensional materials such as graphene and TMDs (transition .

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