“A and B”:

  title={“A and B”:},
  author={Aaas News and Eric Lu and Min-Min Zhou and Rong Mocsai and Attila Myers and E. Huang and B. Jackson and Davide Ferrari and V Tybulewicz and Victor Lowell and Clifford A Lepore and J. Koretzky and Gary Kahn and M. L. and Fr{\'e}d{\'e}ric Achard and Hugh Douglas Eva and Ernst-Detlef See Also Schulze and Jairaj K. Acharya and Usha Acharya and Usha Acharya and Shetal Patel and E Koundakjian and Kunio Nagashima and Xianlin Han and Jairaj K. Acharya and Daniel L. Adams and Jonathan C And Horton and Blood and Melissa D. Adams and Mitch McVey and Jeff Sekelsky and John W. Adamson and Gerd G. Kochendoerfer and A W Adeleke and A See Kamdem-Toham and Alan Aderem and C. Picard and Aeschlimann and Gerald H. Haug and Girish S. Agarwal and Marlan O. Scully and Hugo Aguilaniu and Lena Gustafsson and Michel Rigoulet and Thomas Nystr{\"o}m and Asymmetric Inheri and Ferhaan Ahmad and Joachim P. Schmitt and Misako Aida and Salai C. Ammal and Joanna Aizenberg and David A. Muller and John L. Grazul and Don R. Hamann and James W. Ajioka and C. J. Su and Aravind B Akella and M. S. Alam and F. Gao and Ahmet Alatas and Harald Sinn and Titus V. Albu and Peter S. Zuev and Maher Al-Dayeh and Joseph R. Dwyer and Abdulaziz Al-ghonaium and Sami Al-Hajjar and Sulaiman Al-Jumaah and Andrei Allakhverdov and V. A. Pokrovsky and Allen and Andrew P See Brown and James H. Allen and Andrew P See Brown and James H Gillooly and James},
  journal={Sophonisba Breckinridge},
Direct fabrication of large micropatterned single crystals. p1205 21 Feb 2003. (news): Academy plucks best biophysicists from a sea of mediocrity. p994 14 Feb 2003. 

Microstructural Analysis of Fe35Pt49Cu16 Thin Films

Extended abstract of a paper presented at Microscopy and Microanalysis 2009 in Richmond, Virginia, USA, July 26 – July 30, 2009

Resonant optical nanoantennas and applications

Ankara : The Graduate Program of Materials Science and Nanotechnology and the Institute of Engineering and Sciences of Bilkent University, 2010.

Precision Spectral Manipulation: A Demonstration Using a Coherent Optical Memory

B. M. Sparkes, C. Cairns, M. Hosseini, D. Higginbottom, G. T. Campbell, P. K. Lam and B. C. Buchler

Novel applications of crystalline microresonators

Recent advances in the field pertaining to narrow line lasers, optical frequency comb generators, and all-optical clocks that ultimately can be integrated as a single chip are discussed.

Faraday rotation in amorphous chalcogenide films

We measured the wavelength dispersion of magneto-optic rotation in amorphous chalcogenide thin-films deposited by pulsed laser deposition. The largest rotation is achieved in films with high

Optical and Structural Characterization of Natural Nanostructures

The spectacular biodiversity of our planet is the result of millions of years of evolution. Over this time animals and plants have evolved and adapted to different environments, developing specific

Understanding magnetic focusing in graphene p -n junctions through quantum modeling

Colleges of Nanoscale Science and Engineering, SUNY Polytechnic Institute, Albany, New York 12203, USA

Optical and X-ray Spectroscopy of Wide Band Gap Semiconductors and Organic Thin Films

Scanwel Ltd - Case Award; EPSRC; Element Six Ltd - c-BN samples; Bangor University - CafMAD project.

Tuning the frequencies of the normal modes of a nanopillar oscillator through the magnetostatic interaction

FONDECYT 1161018 1160198 1170781 11160985 / Financiamiento Basal para Centros Cientificos y Tecnologicos de Excelencia FB 0807 / AFOSR Neuromorphics Inspired Science FA9550-16-1-0384 /



Another Look at Water and Ice

  • R. Roy
  • Environmental Science
  • 2003
The comments by A. K. Soper on the Report by C. A. Tulk et al. on distinct forms of “amorphous ice” add to the recent confirmation of the existence of several distinct metastable forms of amorphous ice.

Microscopic Dynamics of Liquid Aluminum Oxide

The excitation spectra show a well-defined triplet peak structure at lower wave vectorsQ and a single quasi-elastic peak at higher Q, which provide previously unknown experimental constraints on the behavior of liquids at the interface between atomistic and continuum theory.

A Chemical Route to Carbon Nanoscrolls

This work extends the recent work on making colloidal suspensions of layered compounds to graphite to explore the concept that scrolling could lead to nanotube-like structures through a scrolling mechanism.

Catalytic Nanoarchitectures--the Importance of Nothing and the Unimportance of Periodicity

New opportunities for improved performance arise when the multifunctionality inherent in catalytic processes, including molecular transport of reactants and products, is rethought in light of architectures designed and fabricated from the appropriate nanoscale building blocks.

Oxygen in Crystals--Seeing Is Believing

Atomic-level understanding of the properties of oxide materials has long been hampered by difficulties with imaging oxygen atoms. In his Perspective, [Spence][1] highlights the recent development of

Diamondoid Hydrocarbons--Delving into Nature's Bounty

Small diamondoids-hydrocarbon molecules with a three-dimensional structure whose carbon-carbon framework constitutes the fundamental repeating unit in the diamond lattice-were first synthesized in

Polymer Replicas of Photonic Porous Silicon for Sensing and Drug Delivery Applications

Elaborate one-dimensional photonic crystals are constructed from a variety of organic and biopolymers, which can be dissolved or melted, by templating the solution-cast or injection-molded materials

Templating Organic Semiconductors via Self-Assembly of Polymer Colloids

A route for producing semiconducting polymer blends is demonstrated in which a doped pi-conjugated polymer is forced into a three-dimensionally continuous minor phase by the self-assembly of

Vibrationally Resolved Fluorescence Excited with Submolecular Precision

These experiments realize the feasibility of fluorescence spectroscopy with the STM and enable the integration of optical spectroscope with a nanoprobe for the investigation of single molecules.

Zero-Mode Waveguides for Single-Molecule Analysis at High Concentrations

It is shown that arrays of zero-mode waveguides consisting of subwavelength holes in a metal film provide a simple and highly parallel means for studying single-molecule dynamics at micromolar concentrations with microsecond temporal resolution.