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UNL physicists (from left) Evgeny Tsymbal, John D. Burton and Alexei Gruverman in the UNL Materials Research Science and Education Center’s Thin Film Growth and Characterization Facility. (Photo by Craig Chandler/University Communications)
UNL physicists (from left) Evgeny Tsymbal, John D. Burton and Alexei Gruverman in the UNL Materials Research Science and Education Center’s Thin Film Growth and Characterization Facility. (Photo by Craig Chandler/University Communications)

Research moving closer to cracking silicon barrier

The ability to improve silicon transistors is reaching its fundamental limit, so researchers are searching for new ways to keep making electronic devices faster and more powerful. UNL physicists and colleagues have taken a major step toward breaking that silicon barrier. Continue reading…

Garden Friends lunch, lecture is March 17

The UNL Garden Friends’ annual luncheon/lecture has been rescheduled to 12:30 p.m. March 17. The event, originally planned for Feb. 24, was rescheduled due to recent snowfall. Syndicated newspaper columnist Jan Riggenbach is the featured speaker. Tickets remain available. Continue reading…

Originally published February 26, 2013 - Submit an Item