Nanowire Phase Change Memory, University of Pennsylvania

Featured amongst the top five biggest advance in nanoscience in 2007 by MIT Technology Review
Featured on Comcast Network Channel on cable television as a part of Art Fennel Reports show, Dec 19th, 2007.
Phase Change Nanowire images displayed at the New York Museum of Modern Art as a part of the exhibition “Design and the Elastic Mind”, Feb 24-May 12, 2008.
University of Pennsylvania Press Release, “Penn Engineers Design Electronic Computer Memory in Nanoscale Form That Retrieves Data 1,000 Times Faster”
Penn Gazette, “Super Memory”, Jan 2008.
Daily Pennsylvanian, “Engineers develop nanoscale memory”, Sep 2007.
Philadelphia Metro, “Penn Gains Speed” Sep 2007
The Hindustan Times (One of the most widely circulated newspapers in India, Hindi version)
The Telegraph (Calcutta). “Miraculous Memory”, October 29, 2007.
ABC news, “Nanowires for Faster Memory”, Sep 2007
MIT Technology Review “Nanowires for Faster Memory”, October 2007
Technology Review Germany (in German)
Materials Today, “Nanowires rapidly regain their memory”, Nov 2007 issue.
Materials World Magazine “Down to the nanowire”, Nov 2007 issue
Also featured on at least 50 science and technology websites including: EurekaAlert,, NASA Tech Briefs, Nanotechwire, CCN Magazine, Science Daily, TG Daily, PhysOrg,,,,,,, Frost & Sullivan

Assembly of Nanowires with Optical Tweezers, Harvard University

Cover story in Photonics Spectra magazine, Jan 2006.
Featured in Harvard Crimson, Jan 2006.
TRN news roundup, “Holograms Organize Nanowires”, Dec 2005.
Nano Today magazine, Feb 2006, “Assembling Nanowires is a HOT Topic”.