SMART researchers demonstrate a practical way to make indium gallium nitride LEDs with considerably higher indium concentration.
In a study that could benefit quantum computing, researchers show a superlattice embedded with nanodots may be immune from dissipating energy to the environment.
Simple chip powered by quantum dots allows standard microscopes to visualize difficult-to-image biological organisms.
Specialized invisible dye, delivered along with a vaccine, could enable “on-patient” storage of vaccination history to save lives in regions where paper or digital records aren’t available.
It’s not quite the Ant-Man suit, but the system produces 3-D structures one thousandth the size of the originals.
Chemical engineering professor plumbs “vast regions of chemical space.”
“Quantum dots” that emit infrared light enable highly detailed images of internal body structures.