An innovation from A*STAR material scientists does the job of multiple sensor devices through its ability to change detection targets.
Nuclear fusion could provide Singapore—and the rest of the world—with a safe and clean source of energy, says A*STAR National Science Scholar Valerian Hall-Chen.
A new technique for harnessing surface plasmon resonance may allow brilliant colors to be captured more easily and cheaply.
Nanofabricated metallic structure arrays produce a kaleidoscope of bright colors.
full color images can be formed using silicon-nanostructure pixels
A transducer that converts
electrical signals directly into surface plasmons could allow rapid data
transfer and link photonic devices to electronics
Tiny gold spheres can be manipulated on surfaces with nanometer precision using the effects of solvent evaporation
key to ultrathin high-efficiency sensors and solar cells could be materials
covered with tiny trenches
Surprising optical effects in semiconductor nanoparticles promise to realize the latent potential of nanophotonics
Electromagnetic waves created on a layer of organic molecules could provide the perfect on-chip light source for future quantum communication systems
Plasmons in graphene could make a tabletop ― or even handheld ― source of X-rays a reality