In the News - 2007

Three-Dimensional Nanofabrication with Elastomeric Phase Masks,
Cover Article, Journal of Physical Chemistry B, November 2007.

Use of Electric Field and Nanoscale Nozzle Achieves Significant Resolution in E-Jet Printing
MRS Bulletin, November 2007.

A Synthesis Between Architecture and Electronics on Display in the Beckman Atrium
Beckman Institute Website, October 2007.

Improved Printing Provides Higher Resolution, Versatility
Inside Illinois, October 2007.

Improved Ejet Printing
The Future of Things, Israel, October 2007.

Spot On: Printing Flexible Electronics One Nanodot at a Time
Science News, October 2007.

High-Resolution Electrohydrodynamic Jet Printing,
Cover Article, Nature Materials, May 2007.

Nanoscale inkjet printing
Technology Review, September 2007.

Researchers smash the inkjet resolution barrier
Print Week, September 2007.

Improved e-jet printing provides higher resolution and more versatility
RxPG News, September 2007.

Nanoscale Nozzles = High-Res Printing
Dr. Dobbs Portal, September 2007.

Improved E-jet Printing Provides Higher Resolution And More Versatility
Science Daily, September 2007.

'Wavy' Silicon
Physica Status Solidi RRL, July 2007.

Illinois Team Advances Resolution of E-Jet Printing
Semiconductor International, August 2007.

Prof. Rogers elected to the Defense Science Research Council
August 2007.

When Small Gets Big
Electronic Design, August 2007.

Prof. Rogers invited to serve as Associate Editor of IEEE Transactions on Nanotechnology
August 2007.

Biaxially Stretchable “Wavy” Silicon Nanomembranes on Elastomeric Supports Fabricated
MRS Bulletin, August 2007.

Qing Cao receives the Lester E. & Kathleen A. Coleman Fellowship from the School of Chemical Sciences, UIUC,
August 2007.

Linear Nanotube Arrays Could Result in New Electronic Devices,
AzoNano.com, July 2007.

Paper On Organic Electronics Cited by Thomson as a Research Front,
Thomson, Essential Science Indicators, July 2007.

Making Science Simple, Fun,
The Brookings Register, June 2007.

Stretchable Silicon for High Performance Electronics,
Nanomaterials News, June 2007.

Getting the Hole Picture Up Close,
Photonics Spectra, June 2007.

Control Key to Materials Advances,
Materials Today, June 2007.

Perfectly Aligned Arrays for Electronics,
Micro/Nano Newsletter, May 2007.

Prof. Rogers receives the Baekeland Award from the American Chemical Society. The award is conferred biennially upon an American chemist under 40 years of age in recognition of accomplishments in pure or industrial chemistry
February 2007.

Micro and Nanopatterning Techniques for Organic Electronic and Optoelectronic Systems,
Featured on the Cover, Chemical Reviews, May 2007.

Bendable Integrated Circuits on Plastic Substrates by Use of Printed Ribbons of Single-Crystalline Silicon,
Cover Article, Applied Physics Letters, May 2007.

Sheets of Stretchable Silicon,
MIT's Technology Review, May 2007.

Nanotubes Line Up For Electronics,
Materials Today, May 2007.

Matt Meitl receives the Racheff/Intel Award for excellence in graduate research,
April 2007.

Plasmonic Sensors: Plasmonic Litmus Test,
Nature Photonics Research Highlights, April 2007.

Flexible Electronics Could Find Applications As Sensors, Artificial Muscles,
Photonics Online, April 18, 2007.

Flexible electronic structures show potential for artificial muscles or biological tissues,
News Medical Net, April 4, 2007.

Molecular Electronics: A Promising Lineup,
Research Highlights, Nature, April 5, 2007.

A Flexible Approach to High Mobility,
News and Views Article, Nature Nanotechnology, April 2007.

High-Performance Electronics Using Dense, Perfectly Aligned Arrays of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes,
Cover Image and Feature Article, Nature Nanotechnology, April 2007.

Flexible Electronics Could Find Applications As Sensors, Artificial Muscles,
PhysOrg.com, April 2, 2007.

Flexible Electronics Could Find Applications As Sensors, Artificial Muscles,
Nanowerks, April 2, 2007.

Flexible Electronics Could Find Applications As Sensors, Artificial Muscles,
Nanotech Wire, April 2, 2007.

Flexible Electronics Could Find Applications As Sensors, Artificial Muscles,
Science Daily, April 2, 2007.

Scientists Create Flexible Electronics,
United Press International, April 3, 2007.

A Breakthrough in Nanotube Transistors,
MIT's Technology Review Magazine, March 29, 2007.

Linear Nanotubes Key to High Performance Electronics,
Asian News International, March 26, 2007.

Linear Nanotubes Offer Path to High Performance Electronics,
Huliq, March 26, 2007.

Nanotubes Used as Semicondcutor Material,
United Press International, March 26, 2007.

Linear Arrays of Nanotubes Offer Path to High Performance Electronics,
PhysOrg.com, March 25, 2007.

Linear Arrays of Nanotubes Offer Path to High Performance Electronics,
Nanowerk, March 25, 2007.

New Nanotube Array Offers Path to High Performance Electronics,
California Computer News, March 25, 2007.

Nanotubes Used as Semicondcutor Material,
Science Daily, March 26, 2007.

Prof. Rogers receives the Drucker Eminent Faculty Award, the highest honor that the College of Engineering bestows on a member of its faculty (~450 total) for achievement in research and teaching,”
February 2007.

Printing Nitride Nanostructures,
Compund Semiconductor, January/Feburary, 2007.

Gutenberg+nanotechnology=printable electronics,
NanoWerk, Feburary, 2007.

Materials at the Movies,
Chemical and Engineering News, January 15, 2007.

Pick a Shape, Any Shape,
Chemical and Engineering News, February 7, 2007.

Integrate Dissimilar Materials Onto One Platform,
Micro/Nano Newsletter, January 7 2007.

Patchwork Sur Circuit,
La Recherche, February 2007.

Structural Forms of Single Crystal Inorganic Semiconductor Ribbons for Stretchable Electronics,
Cover Image and Feature Article, Journal of Materials Chemistry, February 2007.

Gutenberg Would be Proud,
Nano Today, February 2007.

The Essential Science Indicators database and Thomson-ISI selected our APL article, "Bendable single crystal silicon thin film transistors formed by printing on plastic substrates”, as an Emerging Front paper for February, 2007,
January 2007.

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