Monthly Archives: March 2014

Nanopillars of nanotubes! A novel method to drastically improve charge transport in hybrid nanotube devices

A hot buzzword in the materials science communities these days is nano-engineering – that is, exploring unique physics at the nanoscale (10^-9 meters or less)  to improve device performance.  The idea is that there are fundamentally different physics operating material … Continue reading

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The Cold Pacific and Climate Change

While at the annual American Physical Society meeting in Denver CO last week, I had a chance to listen to a few talks about the current state-of-the-art in climate change modeling.  There were several informative talks, about the role of … Continue reading

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