Optical Nanocavity Could Improve 2D Electronics

A team of electrical engineering researchers placed a 2D semiconductor (MoS2) on top of an optical nanocavity. The structure improved the material’s absorption of light, so it could absorb 70 percent of a laser that was projected onto it. This approach could lead to more efficient and flexible electronics.
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New “Biofabrication” Methodologies Being Developed

University of Maryland researchers are developing new “biofabrication” procedures that join microelectronics with biological systems. These new procedures could result in new methods to assemble devices and improve communication.