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2009-09-28 14:38:00

Physicists at the University of California-San Diego say they've created speedy integrated computer circuits capable of working in very cold environments. The circuits, built with particles called excitons, can operate at commercially cold temperatures, bringing the possibility of a new type of extremely fast computer based on excitons closer to reality, researchers said. The accomplishment follows the team's demonstration last summer of an integrated circuit capable of working at 1.5 degrees...

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2009-09-28 06:55:00

Physicists at UC San Diego have successfully created speedy integrated circuits with particles called “excitons” that operate at commercially cold temperatures, bringing the possibility of a new type of extremely fast computer based on excitons closer to reality.

2009-08-05 14:23:00

EDMONTON, Aug. 5 /PRNewswire/ - Exciton Technologies Inc.

2009-06-18 15:19:38

New research by a team of University of Toronto scientists could lead to substantial advancements in the performance of a variety of electronic devices including digital cameras.

2009-05-06 08:52:35

Researchers at the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS), in collaboration with researchers from Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI), have demonstrated, for the first time

2009-03-09 11:25:00

Research led by the University of Warwick has found a way to use doughnut shaped by-products of quantum dots to slow and even freeze light, opening up a wide range of possibilities from reliable and effective light based computing to the possibility of "slow glass".

2008-10-07 03:00:19

By Xu, Zhihua Zang, Huidong; Hu, Bin Organic semiconducting materials have demonstrated attractive light-absorption and photocurrent-generation functions due to their delocalized pi electrons as well as intra-molecular and inter- molecular charge separation processes.

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2008-04-28 09:15:00

Imagine a technology that would not only provide a green and renewable source of electrical energy, but could also help scrub the atmosphere of excessive carbon dioxide resulting from the burning of fossil fuels. That’s the promise of artificial versions of photosynthesis, the process by which green plants have been converting solar energy into electrochemical energy for millions of years. To get there, however, scientists need a far better understanding of how nature does it, starting...

2005-06-21 18:30:00

Unsurpassed exciton distances, lifetimes may lead to new form of optical communication.


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