2005

“Making the world’s smallest gadgets even smaller,” Nanotechwire.com, 18 December 2005. [download pdf]

“Making the world’s smallest gadgets even smaller,” Harvard Gazette, 8 December 2005. [download pdf]

“Nanotechnology Takes Aim at Cancer,” Science, 18 November 2005. [download pdf]

“Detecting cancer markers with nanowires,” Analytical Chemistry, 1 November 2005. [download pdf]

“Protein Detection Goes Down to the Wire,” Nature Methods, November 2005. [download pdf]

“Drugstore Cancer Tests,” Technology Review, 31 October 2005. [download pdf]

The Virtual Journal of Nanoscale Science & Technology has selected our paper “GaN nanowire lasers with low lasing thresholds,” Appl. Phys. Lett. 87, 173111 (2005) for inclusion in their 31 October 2005 issue. [download pdf]

News Report on our Nature Biotechnology paper, Nikkei Nano Business, 18 October 2005. [download pdf in Japanese]

The Virtual Journal of Nanoscale Science & Technology has selected our paper “Semiconductor nanowire laser and nanowire waveguide electro-optic modulators,” Appl. Phys. Lett. 87, 151103 (2005) for inclusion in their 17 October 2005 issue. [download pdf]

“Plasma Science, Thin Films, and Nanotech Dominate AVS Symposium,” Physics Today, October 2005. [download pdf]

“Diagnostics at the femtoscale,” Nature Biotechnology, October 2005. [download pdf]

“Nanowires spot cancer markers in blood,” nanotechweb.org, 30 September 2005. [download pdf]

“New cancer detector developed that’s fast, sensitive, reliable,” Harvard Gazette, 29 September 2005. [download pdf]

“Nanowires can detect molecular signs of cancer, scientists find,” BrightSurf.com, 26 September 2005. [download pdf]

“Nanowires can detect molecular signs of cancer, Harvard scientists find,” Nanotechwire.com, 25 September 2005. [download pdf]

“Nanowires for detecting molecular signs of cancer,” MediLexicon, 24 September 2005. [download pdf]

“Nanowires can detect molecular signs of cancer,” Science Blog, 23 September 2005. [download pdf]

“Nanowires detect molecular signs of cancer,” PhysOrg.com, 23 September 2005. [download pdf]

“Nanowires Can Detect Molecular Signs of Cancer,” National Prostate Cancer Coalition, 23 September 2005. [download pdf]

“Nanowires Can Detect Molecular Signs Of Cancer, Scientists Find,” Nanotechnology Now, 23 September 2005. [download pdf]

“Nanowires can detect molecular signs of cancer, scientists find,” EurekAlert!, 23 September 2005. [download pdf]

“Nanowires Can Detect Molecular Signs Of Cancer,” Bio.com, 23 September 2005. [download pdf]

“Molecular-Scale Si Nanowires Enable Coherent Single-Charge Transport,” MRS Bulletin, August 2005. [download pdf]

“Nanotechnology news in brief: The Foresight Nanotech Institute,” nanotechweb.org, 1 July 2005. [download pdf]

“Painting Nanowires Yields High-Speed Circuits,” Photonics Spectra, July 2005. [download pdf]

“Team Develops Nanowire Rings,” Harvard Crimson, 3 May 2005. [download pdf]

“Nanowires Assemble into Speedy Circuits: Technique could allow creation of lower cost electronic devices,” Betterhumans, 2 May 2005. [download pdf]

“Painting nanowires into circuits,” nanotechweb.org, 29 April 2005. [download pdf]

“High-speed integrated nanowire circuits,” China View, 28 April 2005. [download pdf]

“Harvard Scientists Create High-speed Integrated Nanowire Circuits,” ScienceDaily, 28 April 2005. [download pdf]

“Harvard Scientists Create High-speed Integrated Nanowire Circuits,” Nanotechwire.com, 28 April 2005. [download pdf]

“Scientists create high-speed nanowire circuits: Low-temperature fabrication and high-quality results could reduce electronics’ reliance on silicon,” Harvard Gazette, 28 April 2005. [download pdf]

“Scientists create high-speed integrated nanowire circuits,” PhysOrg.com, 27 April 2005. [download pdf]

“Harvard scientists create high-speed integrated nanowire circuits,” EurekAlert!, 27 April 2005. [download pdf]

“Nanowire sensors pass drugs test,” Materials Update, 24 February 2005. [download pdf]

“Nanowire sensor could help drug discovery,” nanotechweb.org, 23 February 2005. [download pdf]

“Nanotubes in the Clean Room: Talismans of a thousand graduate projects may soon make their way into electronic memories,” Scientific American, February 2005. [download pdf]

“Lieber Appointed Coeditor Of Nano Letters,” Chemical & Engineering News, 31 January 2005. [download pdf]

“Thinking Small: From quantum materials design to “voodoo physics” in the nanoscientists’ weird world,” Harvard Magazine, January-February 2005. [download pdf]

“Colourful Assemblies,” Nature Materials, January 2005. [download pdf]

“First nanowire n-type devices,” Materials Today, January 2005. [download pdf]