- Researchers Seek Way to Make Solar Cells Ultra-Thin,
National Science Foundation Grant to Further Study of Materials Developed With Nanotechnology
Oct. 9, 2012
Researchers at The University of Texas at Dallas are developing nanotechnology that could lead to a new platform for solar cells, one that could drive the development of lighter, flexible and more versatile solar-powered technology than is currently available. Read more ...
- Tiny Quantum Dots Hold Promise in
Semiconducting Nanoparticles May Be Basis for Future Source of Lighting
Jan. 12, 2012
UT Dallas researchers are making strides in understanding the workings of quantum dots - nanosized particles that have immense potential in several industry applications.
Quantum dots could be used in a variety of ways ranging from illuminating the human body in high-tech medical imaging to increasing the efficiency of energy sources. Read more ...
Dr. Anton Malko has made progress toward harnessing the potential of quantum dots. He is working with colleagues at Los Alamos National Laboratory.