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Found 780 articles associated to the institution The Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR).
 
Nanomaterials: Bringing crystals into line
26-October-2012

The temperature-controlled alignment of tiny crystals could help harness their collective properties for nanotechnology applications.

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Data storage: Going with the grain
26-October-2012

Reducing information stored in magnetic thin films to the physical size of single grains could improve computer hard drives

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Graphene: A patterned template for molecular packing
11-October-2012

Simulations of atomic-scale processes show how to trap and pack molecules in patterned graphene sheets that may have molecular storage applications

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Nanoparticles: Making gold economical for sensing
10-October-2012

Gold nanocluster arrays developed at A*STAR are well suited for commercial applications of a high-performance sensing technique.

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Electronics: Visible progress
10-October-2012

A thin film made of graphene and a charge-inducing polymer shows promise as a replacement for transparent electrical conductors in displays

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