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Archive: 2011 Research Highlights

  • Monitoring the Transformation of Silver Nanowires into Gold Nanotubes with in situ Transmission X-Ray Microscopy (December 2011)
  • Batteries Get a Quick Charge with New Anode Technology (November 2011)
  • Small Defects Mean Big Problems for Industrial Solar Cells (October 2011)
  • Luminescent Solar Concentrators Improved by Microcavity Effects (September 2011)
  • New Etching Technique: Sequential Infiltration Synthesis (August 2011)
  • Bifunctional Plasmonic/Magnetic Nanoparticles (August 2011)
  • Structural Consequences of Nanolithography (August 2011)
  • Thinnest Nanofiltration Membrane to Date (July 2011)
  • STM of individual grains in CVD-grown graphene (June 2011)
  • New Inorganic Semiconductor Layers Hold Promise for Solar Energy (June 2011)
  • Reusable Templates for the Production of Nanowires (May 2011)
  • Mapping Deformation in Buried Semiconductor Structures using the Hard X-Ray Nanoprobe (May 2011)
  • Medical applications of diamond particles and surfaces (May 2011)
  • High-Pressure-Induced Tuning of the Collective Properties of Supercrystals Self-Assembled from Nanoparticles (April 2011)
  • Using Light to Build Nanoparticles into Superstructures (March 2011)
  • Complexity in Core-Shell Nanomagnets (February 2011)
  • Deciphering Uncertainties in the Cost of Solar Energy (February 2011)
  • Ultrafast Transparency in Plasmonic Nanorods (January 2011)

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