LEDs win Japanese researchers 2014 Nobel Prize in Physics

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2014 Nobel Prize in Physics awarded to inventors of efficient blue LEDs.

Graphene as a building block for flexible touchscreens

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Graphene-treated nanowires could soon replace current touchscreen technology, reducing production costs and allowing for more affordable, flexible displays.

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A consistent search for low-defect polymers

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The Fredrickson group at UC Santa Barbara uses self-consistent field theory to explore the formation of defects in diblock copolymers.

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How transparent can a layer of gold be?

Experiments have resulted in gold films with a theoretically expected transparency of over 80% in the visible range.

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Henning Sirringhaus joins the Advanced Electronics Materials editorial board

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Professor Sirringhaus, from the University of Cambridge, is one of the outstanding researchers in the field of organic electronics.

Inkjet printing and metal nanoparticles combine to shrink electronics

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new research has combined inkjet printing and metal nanoparticle inks as a novel, low-cost solution for interconnect fabrication.

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Down to the breadboard: getting to know Rainer Waser

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Getting to know Rainer Waser, director of EMRL and winner of the 2014 Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Prize.

Efficient Electron Transport in a Semiconducting Copolymer

Charge transport in a naphthalenediimide based semiconducting copolymer

Hopping of localized, intrachain polarons leads to high charge carrier mobilities in a donor acceptor type conjugated copolymer.

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Graphene Nanocomposite for Room Temperature RAM

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Recent work reports the use of a magnetic graphene oxide-iron oxide nanoparticle nanocomposite to fabricate an MRAM operating at room temperature.

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Patterning organic electronics with microfluidics

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Researchers have demonstrated a novel microfluidic method to pattern organic films directly in air.

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