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DOE - Brookhaven: Smarter self-assembly opens new pathways for nanotechnology - Essential to Fully Exploit the Nanoscale for 'Next Generation' Electronic Devices

To continue advancing, next-generation electronic devices must fully exploit the nanoscale, where materials span just billionths of a meter. But balancing complexity, precision, and manufacturing scalability on such fantastically small scales is inevitably difficult. 744 more words

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Brookhaven National Laboratory: Smarter self-assembly opens new pathways for nanotechnology ~ "Potentially Changing the way we design and manufacture electronics."

To continue advancing, next-generation electronic devices must fully exploit the nanoscale, where materials span just billionths of a meter. But balancing complexity, precision, and manufacturing scalability on such fantastically small scales is inevitably difficult. 755 more words

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Quantum Dots: Enhancing Light-to-Current Conversion: Better Semiconductors, Solar Cells and Photdetectors

Single nanocrystal spectroscopy identifies the interaction between zero-dimensional CdSe/ZnS nano crystals (quantum dots) and two-dimensional layered tin disulfide as a non-radiative energy transfer, whose strength increases with increasing … 676 more words

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New Discovery Could Lead to Cheaper Screens

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By Kevin Matyi and Tibian Ahmed

Graphene layered on common glass can potentially lead to cheaper solar panels and touch screens, a research paper released by scientists at Brookhaven National Laboratory on Feb. 604 more words

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A Nuclear Story

By Karl Grossman | CounterPunch | February 1, 2016

The class action lawsuit—begun 20 years old—that charges Brookhaven National Laboratory (BNL) with contaminating neighborhoods adjacent to it will be moving ahead again in New York State Supreme Court this month.

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Images of a Replisome Offer a New Look at DNA Replication

By Cerise Carey

Scientists have never been able to capture an image of the molecules behind DNA replication until now. A team of researchers from Stony Brook University, Brookhaven National Laboratory, and Rockefeller University, including Dr. 183 more words

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