KNOXVILLEâ€”Researchers from the University of Tennessee in Knoxville recently garnered national attention for their part in a study that could lead to the development of tablets, televisions, and mobile devices the width of a piece of paper.
First published in Nature, the article details how researchers have been able to create wires only three atoms wide using an electron beam.
The lead researcher on the project was Vanderbilt Ph.D. student Junhao Lin, who was a visiting scientist at Oak Ridge National Laboratory at the time.
Through the ORNL connection, UT’s Stephen Pennycook, David Mandrus, and Jiaqiang Yanâ€”all of the College of Engineering’s Department of Materials Science and Engineeringâ€”got involved. [Read more…]