Moore and More Progress in Electronics and Photonics

By Meyya Meyyappan on, October 29 2009

This year marks the 20th volume of Nanotechnology, the first journal dedicated to the emerging field of nanoscale science and technology, pre-empting the US National Nanotechnology Initiative (NNI) by ten years.

Throughout the evolution and revolution of nanomaterials and devices, Nanotechnology has been at the forefront. The journal's first article on nanoelectronics reported research on electronic transport through three-dimensionally confined semiconductor quantum dots by Prof. Mark Reed, now editor-in-chief, and his colleagues at the time at Texas Instruments in Dallas (Reed M A, Randall J N and Luscombe J H 1990 Nanotechnology 1 63–6).

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