Turning ultra-thin carbon into surprisingly strong magnets

When terahertz pulses strike graphene discs

A superatomic material sets a speed record

The fastest and most efficient semiconductor yet.

A novel method to improve the accuracy and precision of nanomechanical testing technology

A new technique for analyzing nanomechanical properties of materials with high precision and accuracy.

New technique uses laser to slice semiconductors from diamonds

A pivotal step toward making diamonds a suitable semiconductor material for future technologies.

Affordable mass manufacturing method for micro-LED displays

Continuous roller printing efficiently transfers thousands of microscopic semiconductor devices in a single shot.

MIT scientists innovated automatically thin transistors to make denser computer chips

A new low-temperature growth and fabrication technology could lead to denser and more powerful chips.

New material in which electron’s dynamics can be controlled

Sculpting quantum materials for the electronics of the future.

An innovative tool for measuring electron dynamics in semiconductors

Insights may lead to more energy-efficient chips and electronic devices.

Creating smart sensors from advanced semiconductors could mean cheaper, greener IoTs

It would allow us to make more informed decisions as we go about our daily lives.

New artificial nanostructures for infrared absorption technologies

A new method to confine and absorb infrared (IR) light with GaN nanostructures.

A new Ultra-fast water-based switch with unprecedented speed

Laser controls ultra-fast liquid switch.

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