64 nano students behind epochal breakthrough
The class of 2013 at nanoscience emerge as scientists, as they all (64 students), are co-authors of a research article , which is published this week in the prestigious journal ChemNanoMat.
Thomas Just Sørensen, a group of graduate students as well as the entire class of 2013, have in their research project developed a process to control the self-assembling electronic molecules. Other researchers have also managed to get the components to assemble, but so far these components assembled helter-skelter, so you could not use them.
The new research project now shows the components' location. It is a significant advance when you have to use nanotechnology to improve electronics and for instance, developing new and better solar cells.