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Nanoarchitectonics in High-Tech Applications Liam Critchley
Nanoarchitectonics is a technological process combining material fabrication and atomic manipulation methods to create functional and active nanoscale features in materials so that the intended device can be much better tailored to an application than fabrication methods alone.

Why Nanowires Could Be a Big Thing for Electronics Liam Critchley
Nanowires are 1D nanomaterials with efficient electron transport properties where the electrons flow along the long axis of the wire. The electronic conductivity properties, which are realized through quantum effects, could be useful for a range of innovative electronics.

New Tech Tuesdays: 3 Solutions to Make Your Agriculture Efforts Smarter Tommy Cummings
In this week's New Tech Tuesday, we'll look at smart-agriculture products from Microchip Technology, Crowd Supply, and OSRAM Opto Semiconductors.

An Automotive Grade Above Vishay
Vishay understands the challenge of designing for the road. They design and manufacture the fundamental building blocks of every electronic system. When it comes to automobiles and other types of vehicles, every component is important, down to the last resistor.

Understanding How Quantum Technologies Can Work Liam Critchley
Quantum technologies are starting to be developed, and if realized to their full potential, will be able to outperform classical computing technologies in many ways. Here, we look at the theory behind how basic quantum technologies are starting to work and how certain functions will work in the future.

Why Nanotechnology Improves Sensors Liam Critchley
There is always a need to increase the capabilities of sensors. One effective way to do this is by employing nanomaterials as the ‘sensing surface’ or ‘sensing component’. Learn how the many beneficial surface, electronic, and structural properties of nanomaterials can make sensors more accurate.

The Underlying Chemistry of Piezo Materials Liam Critchley
The electrical properties of both piezoelectric and piezoresistive materials change when subjected to mechanical deformation. Here, we show how and why these electrical changes are due to changes within the crystal structure at the atomic level and the chemistry involved with these changes.

Understanding the Chemistry of Semiconductor Junctions Liam Critchley
Chemistry plays a major part in why semiconductor materials behave the way they do, and why current can flow through a p-n semiconducting junction. Here, we discuss what effect chemistry has on these junctions, including some of the mechanistic variations that exist in electronics today.

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