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Feynman Lectures 50th anniversary celebration seminar series

Lithography and self-assembly below 10 nm - approaching the atom from the top down

Speaker: Karl Berggren from MIT

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Nanotechnology research highlights: find out what the authors have to say

Manually manipulating graphene using pasters

New transfer technique preserves graphene integrity.

Understanding MRSA: a new tool for assessing antibacterial agents

Improving understanding by extracting membrane-embedded proteins.

Enhanced gene silencing using dual-ligand modification

Quantum dots provide a visible gene-delivery vehicle.

Chitosan provides skeleton for anticancer pro-drug

Targeting cancer therapy with acid-activation.

Protein injection by plasmonic laser treatment

Gold nanoparticles mediate transfection

Graphyne: a two-dimensional material with thermoelectric properties

New member of the graphene family shows potential in energy applications.

Gold nanodisks for highly sensitive SERS substrates

X-ray interference lithography leads to high sensitivity and reproducibility.

Carbon nanopipettes for automated injection

A predictable and compatible step towards automation.

Managing power in triboelectric nanogenerators for wireless sensing

Enhancing output current and power with capacitor arrays.

Nanorod arrays enhance amino acid separation signal

Oblique angle deposition provides route to capillary electrophoretic separation.

Mapping water layers above pristine surfaces

Simple method gives access to the hydration layers of calcite.

Carbon nanotubes increase clinical breast imaging efficiency

High-current CNT field emitters provide route to the early detection of human breast cancer.

Nanostars for hot-spot engineering

Multi-tip geometry provides electromagnetic field enhancement

Cuprous oxide networks for efficient solar hydrogen production

A cost-effective and practical solution to energy conversion.

Controlling carbon nanotube photoluminescence

Silicon microring resonators could be key to carbon nanotube-based light sources.

Growing pyrite crystals from molecular ink

A "golden" opportunity for energy applications.

Towards DNA electronics: gold improves conductivity

Altering the electronic properties of DNA with the incorporation of gold (III) ions.

Simulating effective cancer hyperthermia using carbon nanotubes

Mesoscopic model provides insights into efficient heat transfer.

Lithium ion batteries: nanostructured composites improve storage properties

Introducing reduced graphene oxide and carbon nanotubes can stabilize transition metal oxides

Copper nanoclusters show promise in detecting hydrogen sulfide

Luminescent aggregates can detect poisonous gas from hot springs