With a sound understanding of polymers, their properties and the methods to synthesize them, scientists can create novel materials for a wide range of practical applications.
Silicon nanoparticles dispersed in solution can be positioned by light and printed onto surfaces, or used in applications such as medical imaging and drug delivery.
Nanoribbon field effect transistors could usher in the next generation of computing.
Nanofabricated metallic structure arrays produce a kaleidoscope of bright colors.
An innovative technique for making tunable magnetic skyrmions
could lead to next-generation memory and computing technologies
into spirals of magnetic spin showcases potential of layered materials for
future data storage
A simple etching technique offers a means for creating left-handed and right-handed nanostructures
Innovative method creates larger sheets of two-dimensional materials
Mixed nanoparticle systems may help purify water and generate hydrogen
Simulating the magnetic properties of nanostructures could help to design electronic memories with increased storage capacity
Spearheaded by A*STAR, the Nanoimprint Foundry is set to accelerate the development of nanotechnology for real-world applications