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Break Through the Limit of Optical Microscope And See Electrons in Crystal Atoms

The limit of the resolution of an optical microscope is about half of the visible wavelength, called the Abbe limit, which prevents us from understanding the microscopic world more deeply.…

Method detects defects in 2-D materials for future electronics, sensors

A laser beam (yellow) reflects off a 2D material (orange) highlighting a grain boundary defect in the atomic lattice. To further shrink electronic devices and to lower energy consumption, the semiconductor industry is interested in using 2-…

Artificial materials for more efficient electronics

Scanning transmission electron micrscopy image of superlattice consisting of an alternating sequence of 5 atomic unit cells of neodymium nickelate (blue) and 5 atomic unit cells of samarium nickelate (yellow). The discovery of an unpreceden…

Cooling electronics efficiently with graphene-enhanced heat pipes

Graphene enhanced heat pipes can efficiently cool power electronics. Credit: Ya Liu/Johan Liu/Chalmers University of Technology Researchers at Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden, have found that graphene-based heat pipes can help sol…

Fine tuning the "twist" between 2-D materials in van der Waals heterostructures to help accelerate next gen electronics

This image shows cartoons and micrographics that highlight the new technique of in situ twistronics. Credit: Artem Mishchenko/The University of Manchester A group of international researchers at The University of Manchester have revealed a…

Toward imperceptible electronics that you cannot see or feel

The world's thinnest and most transparent potential sensor sheet. Transparent electronics—such as head-up displays that allow pilots to read flight data while keeping their eyes ahead of them—improve safety and allow users to access dat…

How do organic neuromorphic electronics think and act

It is often quoted that the processor is the brain of the computer. But a processor works fundamentally differently from a human brain. Transistors use electronic signals to perform logical operations. Instead, the brain works with nerve cel…

Silica aerogel materials have broad application potential in thermal, acoustics, optics, microelectronics, and particle detection.

Silica aerogel is a lightweight nanoporous amorphous solid material with excellent thermal and thermal insulation properties.…