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

Speaker: Karl Berggren from MIT

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Making graphene in a flash

A common camera flashbulb can turn graphite oxide into graphene

Switching light on and off in nanotubes

IBM result crucial for future CNT applications in nano-optoelectronics and photonics

Nanoscale light source can change its colour

Tiny 'free electron laser' could be used in displays

Understanding nanoscale light emission

Optical properties of nanoparticles unravelled by NREL team

Foxconn patents nanoparticle LED doping

The behemoth Taiwanese company seeks to protect its method for smoothing both InGaN and AlGaAs active layers

Nano-lamp illuminates quantum-classical boundary

Filament is just 100 atoms wide

CNT arrays for photonics

Deep-UV photonic crystals and total optical absorbers are some of the applications for multiwalled nanotube arrays

Lumileds claims double LED brightness

Etched triangular lattices come close to matching encapsulants for light extraction, while side-stepping disadvantages

On patrol: molecular sentinels recognize cancer

Raman scattering nanostructures switch "on" and "off" in response to biomarkers

Nanotubes get fibre lasers pulsing

A broadband saturable absorber based on carbon nanotubes can be used with fibre lasers emitting anywhere between 1 and 2 µm.

Thin-walled boron nitride structure emits in the deep UV

Scaled up nanotube device may suit micro-reactors and compact laser systems

Bismuth nanostructures provide mechanism for automatic switching

Thermo-optical properties tuned by varying the size of embedded nanostructures

Spray-on carbon nanotube electrodes offer scalable solution

Supercapacitors and paper batteries could benefit from modified spray deposition technique

Nanowire wafer tunes over 200 nm

Nanowire technology relaxes lattice mismatch limitation

QD broadband source suits OCT

Post-growth annealing process yields SLED with very flat emission spectra for use in optical coherence tomography

Electric field pilots nanowires into position

AC voltage lines up DNA-coated nanowires for biosensing applications

Carbon nanotubes know where to grow

Localized heating guides particles into position during growth phase

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Integrated LED leads to user-friendly SNOM

Compact, pre-aligned design makes imaging technique much easier to implement

WLEDs move forward

French researchers report on improvements in white-LED processing