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Nanometer-size silicon rings could make detecting DNA and individual proteins easier.
Silicon nanowires may guide stem-cell development.
A new spintronics device is a key step toward faster, more powerful computers.
Researchers have shown that ultrathin sheets of silicon can stretch in two dimensions–opening up the possibility of electronic eyeballs and smart surgical gloves.
IBM researchers have developed a nuclear MRI technique that can see features as small as 90 nanometers.
Researchers at Intel have made the most efficient silicon laser yet, potentially paving the way for cheaper medical imaging and ultrasensitive chemical detection.
Ultrasmall light-emitting fibers deposited on electrodes can serve as nanometer-scale light sources.
A new silicon-based optical device has the potential to improve the speed, cost, and reach of fiber-optic networks.
Flash memory is moving from iPods to desktops and laptops, providing a performance boost and the potential for instant boot-ups.
A new device, with sensors the size of human cells, can measure, record, and assess the risk of radiation emissions in real time.