Feb 292016
 
A little over one year ago, we reported on the work of a research team at the École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) who used a simple, single-step “slip-coating” technique to grow the first-ever auspicious perovskite nanowire forest. Building on that breakthrough, the EPFL researchers have now ascertained how to produce tens of thousands of nanowires that are exactly the same—like identical twins.  EPFL scientist Endre Horváth...

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