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Using nanotechnology to enhance the performance of LEDs and other light sources

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

Photoluminescent, water-soluble Mn-doped ZnS quantum dots

A facile route to solubilize quantum dots in water

Nanoscale laser chemical processing and fabrication by a particle-lens array

A micro/nano-lens array based on self-assembled particles now shows promise for large-area laser nanofabrication and assisted chemical etching

Registering single quantum dots for photonic crystal cavity QED

Registering the position of quantum dots optically allows photonic crystals to be written around them lithographically with high precision

Nanocrystalline silicon lights up again

A report on stimulated emission from nanocrystalline-silicon by continuous-wave excitation

Nanowires light up silicon

III-V nanowire LEDs offer light sources on silicon chips

Quantum dot-like emission from ZnO nanowire quantum-wells

Quantum wells have successfully been grown on top of ZnO nanowires

GaSb-based lasers with two-dimensional photonic crystal mirrors

Photonic crystals have been successfully integrated into GaSb-based optoelectronic devices

When gold is shining even brighter

Can gold nanoparticles exhibit a bright luminescence with near-infrared excitation?

Diatoms react dimly to nickel sulphate

Research shows how photonic properties of diatoms are affected by a change in environmental conditions

Strain mapping in free-standing nanowires

The strain distribution in InAs/InP nanowires has been measured by the peak finding technique and high resolution TEM images.