Tag Archives: Electronics

Conductive polymer substrate creates platform for biosensing applications

If you want to know how a living cell exchanges information with its surroundings, you have to understand how materials pass through the cell wall. Now, researchers have synthesized lipid bilayers on a flexible, conductive substrate that allows signals to transduce the model membrane. Continue reading

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The Race for Renewables

New solar harnessing materials along with novel production techniques are improving the efficiency of solar power. Continue reading

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A Bright Light for Ultrafast Snapshots of Materials

Berkeley Lab researchers develop a bright, high-repetition-rate laser source in the extreme UV for studies of ultrafast materials dynamics Continue reading

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Beyond 911: Medical Applications of Mobile Phones

Researchers and entrepreneurs discuss developments in the role of mobile phones for medical imaging and monitoring. Continue reading

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Probing dopant distribution: Finding by Berkeley Lab Researchers Opens the Door to Better Doping of Semiconductor Nanocrystals

The icing on the cake for semiconductor nanocrystals that provide a non-damped optoelectronic effect may exist as a layer of tin that segregates near the surface. Continue reading

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The Smartphone Generation

With the Image Sensors 2014 conference approaching, Imaging & Machine Vision Europe looks at the debt that industrial cameras owe to mobile phones Continue reading

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Electric Tattoos

Next time you connect with someone, why not make it electric? Continue reading

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