News from 2010

  • Three young researchers in the UCLA Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science are opening up new avenues of inquiry and developing new tools for the precise control of nanoparticles, figuring out new ways to “debug” the brain circuit and building ultrasensitive biosensors for the early detection of disease. [via newsroom.ucla]

  • A new graphene nanostructure called graphene nanomesm (GNM) is able to open up a band gap in a large sheet of graphene to create a highly uniform, continuous semiconducting thin film that may be processed using standard planar semiconductor processing methods. [via newsroom.ucla]

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