Home > News > Holey nanocrystals could aid core research
May 1st, 2004
Holey nanocrystals could aid core research
Researchers at the University of California at Berkeley, US, and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, US, have discovered a new technique for forming hollow nanocrystals. They demonstrated the process by making hollow cobalt-oxide and cobalt-chalcogenide nanocrystals, but believe it could be a general route for making hollow inorganic nanoparticles.
New method allows for greater variation in band gap tunability: The method can change a material's electronic band gap by up to 200 percent January 31st, 2015
Evidence mounts for quantum criticality theory: Findings bolster theory that quantum fluctuations drive strange electronic phenomena January 30th, 2015
Everything You Need To Know About Nanopesticides January 30th, 2015
DNA nanoswitches reveal how life's molecules connect: An accessible new way to study molecular interactions could lower cost and time associated with discovering new drugs January 30th, 2015