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Brain limbic system, 3-D MRI scan
Brain limbic system, 3-D MRI scan
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Anti-proton experiment, Berkeley, 1955
Anti-proton experiment, Berkeley, 1955
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Berkeley University
Berkeley University
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BERKELEY: PROTEST, 1964. University of California, Berkeley student being arrested
BERKELEY: PROTEST, 1964. University of California, Berkeley student being arrested
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Alvarez bubble chamber research, 1959
Alvarez bubble chamber research, 1959
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Berkeley cyclotron research, 1937
Berkeley cyclotron research, 1937
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Cone cell contents
Cone cell contents
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Cone cell
Cone cell
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Gallium nitride nanowires, SEM
Gallium nitride nanowires, SEM
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Silicon nanowire device, held by tweezers
Silicon nanowire device, held by tweezers
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Zinc oxide nanowires, SEM
Zinc oxide nanowires, SEM
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Thermoelectric silicon nanowire, artwork
Thermoelectric silicon nanowire, artwork
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Gallium nitride nanowires, SEM Featured Print

Gallium nitride nanowires, SEM

Gallium nitride nanowires, coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM). Nanowires, seen here grown in square plots, are artificially grown crystal filaments that measure only a few nanometres (billionths of a metre) in diameter, and several microns (thousandths of metres) in length. These nanowires are composed of gallium nitride (GaN), a semiconductor material with applications in optoelectronics. GaN nanowires could one day be used to produce miniature circuits, amplifiers, blue LEDs, ultraviolet lasers and detectors. These nanowires were created by chemist Peidong Yang and his team at the University of California, Berkeley, USA. Photographed in 2008

© PEIDONG YANG/UC BERKELEY/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Nanowire solar cell
Nanowire solar cell
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Nanowire tweezers, computer artwork
Nanowire tweezers, computer artwork
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Micro-engine rotor
Micro-engine rotor
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Visual pathway
Visual pathway
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Human brain variation
Human brain variation
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Human brain, coloured scans
Human brain, coloured scans
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Human brain, 3-D MRI scan
Human brain, 3-D MRI scan
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Childs brain, 3-D MRI scan
Childs brain, 3-D MRI scan
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Crab locomotion research
Crab locomotion research
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Protein research device, SEM
Protein research device, SEM
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Cockroach locomotion research
Cockroach locomotion research
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Gecko locomotion study
Gecko locomotion study
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Nanowire solar cell Featured Print

Nanowire solar cell

Nanowire solar cell. This solar cell is coated with billions of tiny nanowires, each measuring 60 nanometres (billionths of a metre) in diameter and 20 micrometres (thousandths of a metre) in length. These artificially grown crystal filaments can convert light energy into electricity. They were created by coating a glass surface with zinc oxide dots that grew into nanowires when bathed in zinc oxide solution. The nanowires were then dipped in light absorbing dye and connected to electrodes. Nanowire solar cells are cheaper to build than silicon-based cells, however they have yet to match the same energy conversion efficiency. This device was built by chemist Peidong Yang and his team at the University of California, Berkeley, USA. Photographed in 2008

© VOLKER STEGER/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Cockroach locomotion study
Cockroach locomotion study
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Peoples Park Rally
Peoples Park Rally
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Mechanical Gear Number Sieve
Mechanical Gear Number Sieve
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Eye retina
Eye retina
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Brain, MRI scan
Brain, MRI scan
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