Quantum dot

Neutrons can bind to quantum dots, study

MIT scientists discovered “neutronic” molecules.

Metal-free graphene quantum dots for highly efficient tumor therapy

Treating tumors with few side effects.

Non-toxic quantum dots for new high-performance image sensors

A new method for synthesizing functional high-quality non-toxic colloidal quantum dots.

A high-speed electrical readout method for graphene nanodevices

This technique enables high-speed measurements of bilayer graphene quantum dots.

Scientists used a LEGO robotics kit as a cheap, effective way to purify self-assembling DNA origami

The gradient was able to separate DNA origami dimers from DNA origami monomers.

The ‘breath’ between atoms is a key building block for quantum technology

Vibration between two layers of atoms can be used to engineer quantum technologies.

A new way of precisely controlling single electrons nestled in quantum dots

Discovery of previously unknown effects makes compact, ultra-fast control of spin qubits possible.

Scientists created rugged tracers for use in harsh environments

Tracking explosions with toughened-up tracers.

A negative correlation is demonstrated between the two spins of an entangled pair of electrons

Physicists used spin filters made of nanomagnets and quantum dots.

Scientists successfully controlled individual light quanta at very high speed

Nanoscale soundwave controls photons on a chip – milestone on the way towards hybrid quantum technologies.

Controlling the brightness and wavelength of quantum dots

Tip-induced strain engineering of single metal halide perovskite quantum dot.

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