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TryNano.org is a resource for anyone interested in learning about Nanoscience and Nanotechnology. Nanoscience and Nanotechnology are technical fields that focus on matter at the nanoscale - dimensions that are roughly 1 to 100 nanometers (1nm = 10-9m).

The term Nanoscience often refers to research that discovers and characterizes new behaviors and properties of materials at the nanoscale. Nanotechnology describes how discoveries at the nanoscale are put to work, especially by controlling the behavior of matter and building useful devices. Some of these devices have demonstrated applications in medicine, electronics, robotics, and energy production.

Fibre-Optics Data Boost from Graphene-Based Photodetectors

Infrared photodetectors in communications systems have traditionally been built as discrete devices connected to the optical fibre carrying the signal, and an electronic circuit for processing the received data. An improvement on this arrangement would be to integrate the detector … Continue reading

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