New computer models show how semiconductor flakes with fancy shapes grow from simple starting points and rules.
Simulations of graphene-like nanoribbons show that
small tweaks to their edge structures can drastically alter heat conduction
Nanoscale surface variations of ferroelectric films may be harnessed for the design of future memory applications
A lithographic approach based on evaporating solutions makes conducting networks of microwires for electronics
High-performance transistors based on silicon–germanium nanowires can be made using an approach compatible with existing mass-production techniques