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Nanoscale Science and Technology: Building a Big Future from Small Things
Shubham Goyal

Nanoscale Science and Technology: Building a Big Future from Small Things

Shubham Goyal | 15-Mar-2016 |

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Abstract
The following article is an edited transcript based on the MRS Medalist presentation
given by Charles M. Lieber of Harvard University on December 4, 2002, at the Materials
Research Society Fall Meeting in Boston. Lieber received the Medal “for controlled
synthesis of nanowire and nanotube materials.” This presentation begins with an
introduction to the bottom-up paradigm of nanoscience and nanotechnology. The key
concepts of this paradigm are explored through studies outlining progress toward
meeting the challenge of nanocomputing through the assembly of functional nanowire
elements. The richness of the bottom-up paradigm and nanowire building blocks is
then illustrated with the development of chemical and biological nanosensors. Finally,
the uniqueness of nanowires is exemplified through discussion of the assembly of
nanophotonic devices, including the demonstration of multicolor and addressable
nanoscale light-emitting diodes, nanowire injection lasers, and assembled arrays of
these nanophotonic sources. Challenges and goals for realizing nanotechnologies
in the future are discussed in the conclusion.

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