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Facile Synthesis Of Ni Nanofoam Architectures For Applications In Li-Ion Batteries
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Silicon From Waste Glass For Energy Storage Applications
Scalable, Binerless And Carbonless Hierarchical Ni Nanoderndrite Foam Decorated For Supercapacitors
Free-Standing Ni-Nio Nanofiber Cloth Anode For High Capacity And High Rate Li-Ion Batteries
Porobello Mushroom Based Hierarchically Porous Carbon Nanoribbons And Architectures
Silicon Nanofiber Paper Battery
Porous Silicon Nanosphere Battery
Hybrid Nanostructured Materials For Rechargeable Energy Storage Technologies
Nanostructured Ink Material For Electronic And Energy Storage Devices And Methods Of Making And Using Thereof
Hybrid Approaches For Enhanced Energy Storage Devices And Methods Of Making And Using There Of
High Resolution Metrology Of Large Area Graphene Sheets And Methods Of Making And Using Thereof
Bicontinuous Composite Nano-Mm Sized Particles, 1D, 2D And 3D Structures For Impact Resistance And Energy Dissipation
Synthesis Of Metal Oxide And Nitride Hollow Nano And Microspheres With Tunable Particle Size, Crystallinity, Porosity For Energy And Env. Applications
Magnetically Tunable Photonic Crystals Based On Anisotropic Nanostructures
Templated Synthesis Of Metal Nanorods
Magnetically Responsive Photonic Nanochains
Direct Assembly Of Hydrophobic Nanoparticles Into Multifunctional Structures
Stable Photonic Structures
Superparamagnetic Magnetite Colloidal Nanocrystal Clusters
Magnetically Tunable Photonic Crystals In Nonpolar Solvents
Fabricating Crystallinity Unique Carbon Nanowires (~5nm) with Ultrahigh Electrical Conductivity
UCI engineers have designed a new protocol for the synthesis of technology materials that uses electrospinning to draw polymers into ~5nm carbon nanowires.
Stepwise Fabrication of Conductive Carbon Nanotube Bridges via Dielectrophoresis
Nanocellulose-based Aerogel Fibers as Insulation
Researchers at the University of California, Davis have produced continuous, sheath-core, coaxial fibers with highly porous, nanocellulose, aerogel cores for use as high-performance insulators.
DNA-based, Read-Only Memory (ROM) for Data Storage Applications
Researchers at the University of California, Davis have collaborated with colleagues at the University of Washington and Emory University to develop a DNA-based, memory and data storage technology that integrates seamlessly with semiconductor-based technologies and conventional electronic devices.
Magnetically Tunable Plasmon Coupling of Gold Nanoshells
Prof. Yadong Yin and colleagues from the University of California, Riverside have developed a novel growth process that allows for the creation of high-quality Au nanoshells on relatively small magnetic Fe3O4 cores (20–150 nm) with excellent plasmonic properties. The nanoscale magnetic assembly strategy allows for active tuning of the plasmon coupling of nanostructures Fig 1: The UV–vis spectra of the UCR nanoshells with different core diameters.
These technologies are part of the UC QuickStart program.