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Prof. John Rogers, other develop large-scale, high-performance electronic circuits that can be applied to any surface.
PI David Cahill serves as Guest Editor, authors theme article for issue of MRS Bulletin.
The May 2006 issue of Nano Letters features the work of Erik Luijten and post-doc Angelo Cacciuto on polymers under confineme
The National Academies released the names of 72 new members.
Potential applications of technology are wide-ranging, include devices that would be difficult with conventional electronics.
Quantum nature of magnetism, superconductivity discovered by Illinois, Los Alamos researchers.
Prof. Jennifer Lewis' research on 3D synthetic diatoms from ink writing assembled scaffolds featured.
Controlling the characteristics of quantum well states at a quantum level is critical for thin film applications.
The next wave in electronics could be wavy electronics.
Chemistry professor, FSMRL investigator named 2005 MacArthur Fellow.
Approach for fabrication of spatially-ordered functional 2D nanostructures on surfaces of crystalline solids discovered.
Illinois professors Lamb, Nuzzo have been elected fellows of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
Direct-write assembly of 3D microwebs comprised of charged polyelectrolyte filaments demonstrated using fluid inks
Study of the epitaxial assembly of crack-free 3-D colloidal crystals performed.
Microfocus techniques allows extended synchrotron x-ray-based nanocrystal imaging work to significantly smaller lengths.
Imaging technique that uses electron diffraction waves to improve both resolution, sensitivity to small structures developed.
Researchers show that when heated, the orderly superconducting dance of electrons is replaced by a distinct type of movement.
Structural features of biological molecules can be imprinted on inorganic crystals using a biomineralization procedure.
Monte Carlo method known as geometric cluster algorithm has been developed to simulate the behavior of colloids.