Tag: Next Big Future

Self-aligning Nanotubes and more

by on Feb.26, 2009, under Articles, Science

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Nanotechnology and Technology
Acceleration Buzz is Higher Because
Actual Developments Are Showing
Pessimists Were Wrong
Next Big Future Feb. 25, 2009
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The current nano buzz includes four
innovations: 1. New research in
using conductive nanomaterials for
neuroengineering applications
proposes carbon nanotubes as ideal
probes for bidirectional interfaces
in neuroprosthetics and as nanotools
to endogenously (re)engineer
single-neuron excitability and
network connectivity. 2 Recent
advance in…
http://nextbigfuture.com/2009/02/nanotechnology-and-technology.html

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Self-aligning carbon nanotubes
could be key to next generation of
devices
PhysOrg.com Feb. 25, 2009
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University of Nebraska-Lincoln
researchers have created nanoscale
devices based on connecting
sharp-tipped electrodes with
individually self-aligned carbon
nanotubes. Scanning electron
microscope image of electrodes
(inset) and single-walled carbon
nanotube bridge structure The
finding could lead to new
applications in devices such as…
http://www.physorg.com/news154800343.html

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Telescoping Carbon Nanotubes

by on Jan.21, 2009, under Articles, Science

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Telescoping Carbon Nanotubes Can
Make Flash Memory Replacment
Next Big Future Nov. 13, 2008
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Researchers at The University of
Nottingham have used carbon
nanotubes to make fast non-volatile
memory….
http://nextbigfuture.com/2008/11/telescoping-carbon-nanotubes-can-make.html

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Making Graphene More Practical
Technology Review Nov. 18, 2008
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Researchers at the University of
California, Los Angeles, have found
a simple way to make large pieces
(tens of micrometers wide) of the
carbon material graphene that can be
deposited on sheets on silicon
wafers to make prototype
field-effect transistors. Electrons
flow through graphene sheets tens of
times faster than they flow in
silicon, so…
http://www.technologyreview.com/computing/21683/?a=f

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