Review paper analyzes opportunities and obstacles for III-V nanowires in solar energy harvesting.
Discovery comes as researchers set out to grow nanowires of a compound semiconductor on top of a sheet of graphene.
Researchers have demonstrated a simpler, more efficient single-photon emitter that can be made using traditional semiconductor processing techniques.
Nanowire solar cells created at EPFL could absorb 12 times as much light as the current standard.
Work effectively overcomes “valley of death” problem in nanocomposite design.
Carbon nanowires have been obtained by tempering diamantane dicarboxylic acid inside carbon nanotubes.
Recent research offers a new spin on using nanoscale semiconductor structures to build faster computers and electronics.
A group from MIT have demonstrated a method to produce extremely efficient zinc oxide/quantum dot based photovoltaics.
Unexpected breakthrough could bolster quantum photonics and solar cell efficiency.