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Research Alert: July 16, 2014

A nanosensor to identify vapors based on a Graphene/Silicon heterojunction Schottky diode; A cool approach to flexible electronics; Graphene grain boundaries reviewed

Research Alert: June 24, 2014

imec joins Graphene Flagship; Collecting light with artificial “moth eyes”; A silicon replacement?

Research Alert: June 17, 2014

Research on high-performance field-effect transistors; UC Santa Barbara researchers introduce highest performing III-V metal-oxide semiconductor FET

Research Alert: June 10, 2014

UC Santa Barbara researchers introduce highest performing III-V metal-oxide semiconductor FET; New class of nanoparticles brings cheaper, lighter solar cells outdoors; Design of self-assembling protein nanomachines starts to click

Research Alert: June 3, 2014

Georgia Tech research develops physics-based spintronic interconnect modeling for beyond-CMOS computing; New cost-effective nanoimprint lithography methodology improves ordering in periodic arrays from block copolymers; UT Dallas team creates flexible electronics that change shape inside body

Research Alert: May 20, 2014

Lighting the way to graphene-based devices; SMIC and other groups collaborate to setup the “IC Advanced Technology Research Institute”; What to look for at IITC

Research Alert: May 13, 2014

SRC and UC Berkeley pursue a more cost effective approach to 3D integration; SEMATECH reports higher dose sensitivity progress in novel photoresist platforms; Taking the lead out of a promising solar cell

Research Alert: May 6, 2014

Probing dopant distribution; An edgy look at molybdenum disulfide; New rapid synthesis developed for bilayer graphene and high-performance transistors

Research Alert: April 29, 2014

Graphene not all good; How to create nanowires only 3 atoms wide with an electron beam; Graphene only as strong as weakest link

Research Alert: April 22, 2014

High performance, low-cost ultracapacitors built with graphene and carbon nanotubes; “Exotic” material is like a switch when super thin; LG-Swiss researchers announce graphene membrane breakthrough