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Opto-valleytronic imaging of atomically thin semiconductors 

Nature Nanotech. ( IF 35.267 ) 2017-01-16

Andre Neumann, Jessica Lindlau, Léo Colombier, Manuel Nutz, Sina Najmaei, Jun Lou, Aditya D. Mohite, Hisato Yamaguchi, Alexander Högele 


Monolayer semiconductors reveal their crystal quality and valleytronic properties in two-dimensional polarimetric imaging.

Nano and the public 

Nature Nanotech. ( IF 35.267 ) 2017-01-10

Ilse Marschalek, Margit Hofer 


Ilse Marschalek and Margit Hofer reflect on the outcome of their international NanOpinion project, focusing on raising public awareness about nanotechnology.

Corrigendum: The role of nanotechnology in the development of battery materials for electric vehicles 

Nature Nanotech. ( IF 35.267 ) 2017-01-10

Jun Lu, Zonghai Chen, Zifeng Ma, Feng Pan, Larry A. Curtiss, Khalil Amine 


Corrigendum: The role of nanotechnology in the development of battery materials for electric vehicles

Corrigendum: Nanotechnology for environmentally sustainable electromobility 

Nature Nanotech. ( IF 35.267 ) 2017-01-10

Linda Ager-Wick Ellingsen, Christine Roxanne Hung, Guillaume Majeau-Bettez, Bhawna Singh, Zhongwei Chen, M. Stanley Whittingham, Anders Hammer Strømman 


Corrigendum: Nanotechnology for environmentally sustainable electromobility

Quantum computation: Towards on-chip qubits 

Nature Nanotech. ( IF 35.267 ) 2017-01-10

Giacomo Prando 


Quantum computation: Towards on-chip qubits

Nitrogen–vacancy centres: New life for hard-disk write heads 

Nature Nanotech. ( IF 35.267 ) 2017-01-10

H. Jonathon Mamin 


Broadband nitrogen–vacancy centre magnetometry demonstrates how commercial hard-disk write heads may become useful experimental tools for nanoscale applications involving magnetism and magnetic resonance.

DNA Nanotechnology: A nucleosome clamp 

Nature Nanotech. ( IF 35.267 ) 2017-01-10

Chiara Pastore 


DNA Nanotechnology: A nucleosome clamp

Photoemission electron microscopy: Photovoltaics in action 

Nature Nanotech. ( IF 35.267 ) 2017-01-10

Hrvoje Petek 


Electron motion in a type-II InSe/GaAs semiconductor heterostructure has been recorded in a movie immediately after photoexcitation with high spatial and temporal resolution

Our choice from the recent literature 

Nature Nanotech. ( IF 35.267 ) 2017-01-10

 


Our choice from the recent literature

From nano machines to Nobel prizes 

Nature Nanotech. ( IF 35.267 ) 2017-01-10

Chris Toumey 


Chris Toumey ponders the nanotechnology behind the 2016 Nobel Prize in Chemistry.

Magnesium silicide nanoparticles as a deoxygenation agent for cancer starvation therapy 

Nature Nanotech. ( IF 35.267 ) 2017-01-09

Chen Zhang, Dalong Ni, Yanyan Liu, Heliang Yao, Wenbo Bu, Jianlin Shi 


Magnesium silicide nanoparticles can scavenge oxygen in the acidic tumour microenvironment and starve tumours by blocking oxygen and nutrient supply, offering a new avenue for cancer-starvation therapy.

Real-time shape approximation and fingerprinting of single proteins using a nanopore 

Nature Nanotech. ( IF 35.267 ) 2016-12-19

Erik C. Yusko, Brandon R. Bruhn, Olivia M. Eggenberger, Jared Houghtaling, Ryan C. Rollings, Nathan C. Walsh, Santoshi Nandivada, Mariya Pindrus, Adam R. Hall, David Sept, Jiali Li, Devendra S. Kalonia, Michael Mayer 


The zeptolitre sensing volume of bilayer-coated solid-state nanopores can be used to determine the approximate shape, volume, charge, rotational diffusion coefficient, and dipole moment of individual proteins.

Complement proteins bind to nanoparticle protein corona and undergo dynamic exchange in vivo 

Nature Nanotech. ( IF 35.267 ) 2016-12-19

Fangfang Chen, Guankui Wang, James I. Griffin, Barbara Brenneman, Nirmal K. Banda, V. Michael Holers, Donald S. Backos, LinPing Wu, Seyed Moein Moghimi, Dmitri Simberg 


Immune proteins bind to protein corona on core-shell nanoparticles and undergo dynamic exchange in vivo.

Self-assembling DNA nanotubes to connect molecular landmarks 

Nature Nanotech. ( IF 35.267 ) 2016-12-19

Abdul M. Mohammed, Petr Šulc, John Zenk, Rebecca Schulman 


DNA nanotubes can grow to connect two molecules attached to surfaces with arbitrary micron-scale separation.

Targeted intracellular voltage recordings from dendritic spines using quantum-dot-coated nanopipettes 

Nature Nanotech. ( IF 35.267 ) 2016-12-12

Krishna Jayant, Jan J. Hirtz, Ilan Jen-La Plante, David M. Tsai, Wieteke D. A. M. De Boer, Alexa Semonche, Darcy S. Peterka, Jonathan S. Owen, Ozgur Sahin, Kenneth L. Shepard, Rafael Yuste 


Dendritic spine voltages are recorded directly using quantum-dot-coated nanopipette electrodes under two-photon visualization, demonstrating that spines receive large synaptic potentials.

Femtosecond photo-switching of interface polaritons in black phosphorus heterostructures 

Nature Nanotech. ( IF 35.267 ) 2016-12-12

Markus A. Huber, Fabian Mooshammer, Markus Plankl, Leonardo Viti, Fabian Sandner, Lukas Z. Kastner, Tobias Frank, Jaroslav Fabian, Miriam S. Vitiello, Tyler L. Cocker, Rupert Huber 


Surface phonons of SiO2 can couple with photogenerated plasmon polaritons in black phosphorous to make coherent transient hybrid modes with constant energy and momentum

Quantum materials: The quest for ultrafast plasmonics 

Nature Nanotech. ( IF 35.267 ) 2016-12-12

Dmitri N. Basov, Michael M. Fogler 


Black phosphorous, a van der Waals layered semiconductor, is reported to reveal a plasmonic response that can be initiated by photoexcitation with femtosecond pulses.

Nanotech in motion 

Nature Nanotech. ( IF 35.267 ) 2016-12-06

Alberto Moscatelli 


Nanotech in motion

Our choice from the recent literature 

Nature Nanotech. ( IF 35.267 ) 2016-12-06

Bryden Le Bailly, Olga Bubnova, Ai Lin Chun, Giacomo Prando 


Our choice from the recent literature

Life as a fuel cell engineer 

Nature Nanotech. ( IF 35.267 ) 2016-12-06

Sjoerd van Empelen 


A student team project can be a very valuable experience, as Sjoerd van Empelen explains.

Nanotechnology for environmentally sustainable electromobility 

Nature Nanotech. ( IF 35.267 ) 2016-12-06

Linda Ager-Wick Ellingsen, Christine Roxanne Hung, Guillaume Majeau-Bettez, Bhawna Singh, Zhongwei Chen, M. Stanley Whittingham, Anders Hammer Strømman 


This Review reports an environmental life-cycle screening of various nanomaterials for both batteries and fuel cells for electric vehicles, and discusses the most promising candidates for a sustainable technology.

The role of nanotechnology in the development of battery materials for electric vehicles 

Nature Nanotech. ( IF 35.267 ) 2016-12-06

Jun Lu, Zonghai Chen, Zifeng Ma, Feng Pan, Larry A. Curtiss, Khalil Amine 


This Review discusses how nanostructured materials are used to enhance the performances and safety requirements of Li batteries for hybrid and long-range electric vehicles.

Polymer matrix nanocomposites for automotive structural components 

Nature Nanotech. ( IF 35.267 ) 2016-12-06

Amit K. Naskar, Jong K. Keum, Raymond G. Boeman 


This Perspective discusses the possibilities for using structural nanocomposites to enhance the mechanical properties of materials for automotive applications.

Activity targets for nanostructured platinum-group-metal-free catalysts in hydroxide exchange membrane fuel cells 

Nature Nanotech. ( IF 35.267 ) 2016-12-06

Brian P. Setzler, Zhongbin Zhuang, Jarrid A. Wittkopf, Yushan Yan 


Hydroxide exchange membrane fuel cells (HEMFCs) offer a cost effective alternative to proton exchange membrane fuel cells (PEMFCs).


This Perspective discusses an approach to artificial photosynthesis based on arrays of semiconducting microwires and flexible polymeric membranes, and highlights the scientific and engineering challenges involved in delivering an artificial photosynthetic system that is simultaneously safe, robust, efficient and scalable.

An electrifying journey 

Nature Nanotech. ( IF 35.267 ) 2016-12-06

Andreas Trabesinger 


Formula E — an all-electric car race series — provides a platform for displaying new technologies, and potentially accelerating their development.

'Safe handling of nanotechnology' ten years on 

Nature Nanotech. ( IF 35.267 ) 2016-12-06

Andrew D. Maynard, Robert J. Aitken 


In 2006, a group of scientists proposed five grand challenges to support the safe handling of nanotechnology. Ten years on, Andrew Maynard and Robert Aitken — two of the original authors — look at where we have come, and where we still need to go.

Analyse that 

Nature Nanotech. ( IF 35.267 ) 2016-12-06

 


With the publication of the first Nature Nanotechnology Insight, we also introduce the concept of Analysis as an article type to our journal.

Refreshing the strategy 

Nature Nanotech. ( IF 35.267 ) 2016-12-06

 


We reflect on some aspects of the newly updated plan of the US National Nanotechnology Initiative.

Multiple nanostructures based on anodized aluminium oxide templates 

Nature Nanotech. ( IF 35.267 ) 2016-11-28

Liaoyong Wen, Rui Xu, Yan Mi, Yong Lei 


Templates with two distinct sets of pores allow the fabrication of nanostructured surfaces with different morphologies and materials.

Programmable disorder in random DNA tilings 

Nature Nanotech. ( IF 35.267 ) 2016-11-28

Grigory Tikhomirov, Philip Petersen, Lulu Qian 


Programming stochastic self-assembly of DNA origami tiles to create complex patterns with controlled properties.

Observation of extreme phase transition temperatures of water confined inside isolated carbon nanotubes 

Nature Nanotech. ( IF 35.267 ) 2016-11-28

Kumar Varoon Agrawal, Steven Shimizu, Lee W. Drahushuk, Daniel Kilcoyne, Michael S. Strano 


A vibrational spectroscopy technique is used to study vapour, liquid and solid water within isolated carbon nanotubes and reveals phase transitions that show an extreme sensitivity to nanotube diameter, with melting temperatures higher than 100 °C for 1.05 and 1.06 nm diameter nanotubes and below 0 °C for 1.24 and 1.44 nm diameter nanotubes.

Fluorescent nanodiamond tracking reveals intraneuronal transport abnormalities induced by brain-disease-related genetic risk factors 

Nature Nanotech. ( IF 35.267 ) 2016-11-28

Simon Haziza, Nitin Mohan, Yann Loe-Mie, Aude-Marie Lepagnol-Bestel, Sophie Massou, Marie-Pierre Adam, Xuan Loc Le, Julia Viard, Christine Plancon, Rachel Daudin, Pascale Koebel, Emilie Dorard, Christiane Rose, Feng-Jen Hsieh, Chih-Che Wu, Brigitte Potier, Yann Herault, Carlo Sala, Aiden Corvin, Bernadette Allinquant, Huan-Cheng Chang, François Treussart, Michel Simonneau 


Tracking fluorescent nanodiamond inside branches of neurons is a sensitive method to measure the changes in intraneuronal transport due to genetic risk factors associated with brain diseases

DNA origami tiles: Nanoscale mazes 

Nature Nanotech. ( IF 35.267 ) 2016-11-28

Fei Zhang, Fan Hong, Hao Yan 


The programmable disorder often seen in biological networks has now been demonstrated with DNA origami tiles using a stochastic algorithm.

Tracking the dynamics of circulating tumour cell phenotypes using nanoparticle-mediated magnetic ranking 

Nature Nanotech. ( IF 35.267 ) 2016-11-21

Mahla Poudineh, Peter M. Aldridge, Sharif Ahmed, Brenda J. Green, Leyla Kermanshah, Vivian Nguyen, Carmen Tu, Reza M. Mohamadi, Robert K. Nam, Aaron Hansen, Srikala S. Sridhar, Antonio Finelli, Neil E. Fleshner, Anthony M. Joshua, Edward H. Sargent, Shana O. Kelley 


The phenotypes of circulating tumour cells are profiled in whole blood by exploiting a microfluidic chip based on magnetic nanoparticles, leading to single-cell resolution.

Probing the electronic and catalytic properties of a bimetallic surface with 3 nm resolution 

Nature Nanotech. ( IF 35.267 ) 2016-11-21

Jin-Hui Zhong, Xi Jin, Lingyan Meng, Xiang Wang, Hai-Sheng Su, Zhi-Lin Yang, Christopher T. Williams, Bin Ren 


Tip-enhanced Raman spectroscopy in conjunction with scanning tunnelling microscopy can be used to correlate chemical properties and surface topography of bimetallic catalysts with high spatial resolution.

Single-nanotube tracking reveals the nanoscale organization of the extracellular space in the live brain 

Nature Nanotech. ( IF 35.267 ) 2016-11-21

Antoine G. Godin, Juan A. Varela, Zhenghong Gao, Noémie Danné, Julien P. Dupuis, Brahim Lounis, Laurent Groc, Laurent Cognet 


A super-resolution imaging technique based on single-nanotube tracking is used to study the nanoscale organization and local viscosity of the brain extracellular space.

High electron mobility, quantum Hall effect and anomalous optical response in atomically thin InSe 

Nature Nanotech. ( IF 35.267 ) 2016-11-21

Denis A. Bandurin, Anastasia V. Tyurnina, Geliang L. Yu, Artem Mishchenko, Viktor Zólyomi, Sergey V. Morozov, Roshan Krishna Kumar, Roman V. Gorbachev, Zakhar R. Kudrynskyi, Sergio Pezzini, Zakhar D. Kovalyuk, Uli Zeitler, Konstantin S. Novoselov, Amalia Patanè, Laurence Eaves, Irina V. Grigorieva, Vladimir I. Fal'ko, Andre K. Geim, Yang Cao 


Encapsulated few-layer InSe exhibits a remarkably high electronic quality, which is promising for the development of ultrathin-body high-mobility nanoelectronics.

Nanomedicine: Catching tumour cells in the zone 

Nature Nanotech. ( IF 35.267 ) 2016-11-21

Susan E. Leggett, Ian Y. Wong 


A microfluidic chip with progressively stronger magnetic field gradients along its length can sort and classify circulating tumour cells based on the expression of cell surface markers.

Raman spectroscopy: Tipping point 

Nature Nanotech. ( IF 35.267 ) 2016-11-21

Guillaume Goubert, Richard P. Van Duyne 


Tip-enhanced Raman spectroscopy can be used to characterize the relationship between the topography and the chemical activity of individual surface sites.

Host–guest chemistry with water-soluble gold nanoparticle supraspheres 

Nature Nanotech. ( IF 35.267 ) 2016-11-14

Yizhan Wang, Offer Zeiri, Manoj Raula, Benjamin Le Ouay, Francesco Stellacci, Ira A. Weinstock 


Porous supraspheres offer the host properties of supramolecular cages while rivalling the capacities of porous solid-state materials.

Tuning membrane protein mobility by confinement into nanodomains 

Nature Nanotech. ( IF 35.267 ) 2016-11-14

Andreas Karner, Benedikt Nimmervoll, Birgit Plochberger, Enrico Klotzsch, Andreas Horner, Denis G. Knyazev, Roland Kuttner, Klemens Winkler, Lukas Winter, Christine Siligan, Nicole Ollinger, Peter Pohl, Johannes Preiner 


Streptavidin crystals grown on mica-supported lipid bilayers can be used as a platform to tune the lateral mobility of transmembrane proteins, allowing the conformation or docking of spatially confined proteins to be imaged with high-speed atomic force microscopy.

Normal, superconducting and topological regimes of hybrid double quantum dots 

Nature Nanotech. ( IF 35.267 ) 2016-11-14

D. Sherman, J. S. Yodh, S. M. Albrecht, J. Nygård, P. Krogstrup, C. M. Marcus 


By varying the coupling between quantum dots obtained by patterning an InAs nanowire it is possible to control the transition between superconducting and normal states.

Creating biomolecular motors based on dynein and actin-binding proteins 

Nature Nanotech. ( IF 35.267 ) 2016-11-14

Akane Furuta, Misako Amino, Maki Yoshio, Kazuhiro Oiwa, Hiroaki Kojima, Ken'ya Furuta 


Hybrid biomolecular motors, created by combining motor cores from the microtubule-based dynein motor with actin-binding proteins, can drive the sliding movement of an actin filament.

The value of the unforeseen 

Nature Nanotech. ( IF 35.267 ) 2016-11-08

Floris Kalff 


Straying off-course can lead to unexpected far-reaching results, says Floris Kalff.

The long way to the market 

Nature Nanotech. ( IF 35.267 ) 2016-11-08

Peter Dobson 


Nanotechnology is starting to play a role in a number of commercial products, though in an evolutionary, rather than revolutionary way, says Peter Dobson.

Self-assembling life 

Nature Nanotech. ( IF 35.267 ) 2016-11-08

 


In 1944, Erwin Schrödinger posed the question “How can the events in space and time which take place within the spatial boundary of a living organism be accounted for by physics and chemistry?” Studying out-of-equilibrium chemical systems may take us closer to an answer.

High-strength magnetically switchable plasmonic nanorods assembled from a binary nanocrystal mixture 

Nature Nanotech. ( IF 35.267 ) 2016-11-07

Mingliang Zhang, Daniel J. Magagnosc, Iñigo Liberal, Yao Yu, Hongseok Yun, Haoran Yang, Yaoting Wu, Jiacen Guo, Wenxiang Chen, Young Jae Shin, Aaron Stein, James M. Kikkawa, Nader Engheta, Daniel S. Gianola, Christopher B. Murray, Cherie R. Kagan 


Two crystalline nanocrystals with superparamagnetic and plasmonic properties form mechanically strong hybrid nanorods with dual functionality.

Strong suppression of shot noise in a feedback-controlled single-electron transistor 

Nature Nanotech. ( IF 35.267 ) 2016-11-07

Timo Wagner, Philipp Strasberg, Johannes C. Bayer, Eddy P. Rugeramigabo, Tobias Brandes, Rolf J. Haug 


Shot noise can be suppressed, which is essential for improving the performance of quantum transport devices, by using an electronic closed-loop feedback that monitors and adjusts the counting statistics.

Electric-field-driven switching of individual magnetic skyrmions 

Nature Nanotech. ( IF 35.267 ) 2016-11-07

Pin-Jui Hsu, André Kubetzka, Aurore Finco, Niklas Romming, Kirsten von Bergmann, Roland Wiesendanger 


The electric field generated by the tip of a scanning tunnelling microscope can be exploited to locally and reversibly switch between a ferromagnetic state and a skyrmion.

Microsupercapacitors as miniaturized energy-storage components for on-chip electronics 

Nature Nanotech. ( IF 35.267 ) 2016-11-07

Nana Amponsah Kyeremateng, Thierry Brousse, David Pech 


This Review discusses the technical challenges and performance metrics to integrate micro-supercapacitors into miniaturized electronic devices.

Spintronics: Electric control of skyrmions 

Nature Nanotech. ( IF 35.267 ) 2016-11-07

Achim Rosch 


The creation and destruction of magnetic whirls by the application of an electric field may be the basis for novel memory technologies.

Valley- and spin-polarized Landau levels in monolayer WSe2 

Nature Nanotech. ( IF 35.267 ) 2016-10-31

Zefang Wang, Jie Shan, Kin Fai Mak 


The fabrication of high-quality WSe2 monolayers makes it possible to access the fully valley- and spin-polarized structure of Landau levels theoretically predicted for transition metal dichalcogenides.

Nanomechanical mapping of first binding steps of a virus to animal cells 

Nature Nanotech. ( IF 35.267 ) 2016-10-31

David Alsteens, Richard Newton, Rajib Schubert, David Martinez-Martin, Martin Delguste, Botond Roska, Daniel J. Müller 


An atomic force microscope and confocal microscope set-up that allows nanomechanical mapping of virus binding under cell culture conditions shows that the first binding steps of a virus to a cell surface receptor are specific and weak, but affinity increases as more bonds are formed between the virus and cell surface receptors.

Nanocavity optomechanical torque magnetometry and radiofrequency susceptometry 

Nature Nanotech. ( IF 35.267 ) 2016-10-31

Marcelo Wu, Nathanael L.-Y. Wu, Tayyaba Firdous, Fatemeh Fani Sani, Joseph E. Losby, Mark R. Freeman, Paul E. Barclay 


A torque magnetometer and radiofrequency susceptometer based on ultrasensitive optomechanical nanocavity readout has been demonstrated.

Helical edge states and fractional quantum Hall effect in a graphene electron–hole bilayer 

Nature Nanotech. ( IF 35.267 ) 2016-10-31

Javier D. Sanchez-Yamagishi, Jason Y. Luo, Andrea F. Young, Benjamin M. Hunt, Kenji Watanabe, Takashi Taniguchi, Raymond C. Ashoori, Pablo Jarillo-Herrero 


Applying magnetic and electric fields to twisted bilayer graphene creates an electron–hole bilayer that features helical 1D edge modes and fractional quantum Hall states.

Evolutionary multi-objective optimization of colour pixels based on dielectric nanoantennas 

Nature Nanotech. ( IF 35.267 ) 2016-10-24

Peter R. Wiecha, Arnaud Arbouet, Christian Girard, Aurélie Lecestre, Guilhem Larrieu, Vincent Paillard 


A numerical technique that can self-adapt to experimental limitations can guide the design of photonic nanostructures by optimizing multiple parameters.

Shape changing thin films powered by DNA hybridization 

Nature Nanotech. ( IF 35.267 ) 2016-10-24

Tae Soup Shim, Zaki G. Estephan, Zhaoxia Qian, Jacob H. Prosser, Su Yeon Lee, David M. Chenoweth, Daeyeon Lee, So-Jung Park, John C. Crocker 


DNA-grafted gold nanoparticles can self-assemble into shape-changing films that are powered by DNA strand exchange reactions and have two different domains that can be independently addressed using distinct chemical signals.

Nanostructured glycan architecture is important in the inhibition of influenza A virus infection 

Nature Nanotech. ( IF 35.267 ) 2016-10-24

Seok-Joon Kwon, Dong Hee Na, Jong Hwan Kwak, Marc Douaisi, Fuming Zhang, Eun Ji Park, Jong-Hwan Park, Hana Youn, Chang-Seon Song, Ravi S. Kane, Jonathan S. Dordick, Kyung Bok Lee, Robert J. Linhardt 


6’-Sialyllactose conjugated to polyamidoamine dendrimers at a well-defined valency and spacing can circumvent drug resistance and inhibit influenza A viruses.

Acoustic terahertz graphene plasmons revealed by photocurrent nanoscopy 

Nature Nanotech. ( IF 35.267 ) 2016-10-24

Pablo Alonso-González, Alexey Y. Nikitin, Yuanda Gao, Achim Woessner, Mark B. Lundeberg, Alessandro Principi, Nicolò Forcellini, Wenjing Yan, Saül Vélez, Andreas. J. Huber, Kenji Watanabe, Takashi Taniguchi, Félix Casanova, Luis E. Hueso, Marco Polini, James Hone, Frank H. L. Koppens, Rainer Hillenbrand 


Near-field photocurrent nanoscopy is used for imaging strongly confined terahertz graphene plasmons with linear dispersion.

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