Dimensionally Different: Complex Patterned Photoresists

Scientists in the USA have exploited all three dimensions of patterned photoresists, to make complex components using just one template.

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Materials Views Interviews: Martin Pumera

Following up on his recent essay, “Will the real Graphene please stand up?”, Materials Views caught up with Professor Martin Pumera from the Nanyang Technological University, to find out more his views on science and his research.

Nanowires Boost the Efficiency of Ultra Low Cost Stable Solar Cells

The surface of a nanostructured solar cell

A European research team has improved solar cell performance by 500% by using copper oxide and zinc oxide nanowire arrays.

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Will the real Graphene please stand up?

Professor Martin Pumera shares his thoughts on the accurate identification of graphene and its related structures in research.

Research Adventures and Challenges in Korea

The World Class University Class of 2010

Two young European scientists, Nicola Pinna and Patrick Theato, describe their participation in the Korean World Class University (WCU) Program.

Is the Nano-Bubble about To Burst?

Professor Geoffrey Ozin shares his views on the current state of nanoscience: What are we going to do with all these nanomaterials? When is enough, enough?

The Good Nano Stuff – Where Is It Going?

Professor Geoffrey Ozin shares his views on the current state of nanoscience, in particular the future of the promising nanomaterials: Where is the good nano stuff going?

Polymersomes Produced by Microfluidics

A new polymer-based microfluidic device capable of producing tiny polymer-based capsules continuously without clogging.

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Atomic Switches with Larger Gaps and Light-Dependence

Light is needed to initiate a new type of atomic switch that has gaps larger than the previously required 1 nm. A series of such wavelength-dependent devices could one day be used for image recognition.

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