1Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Toronto, 35 St. George Street, Toronto, ON M5S 1A4, Canada. Log in with your institution via Shibboleth. Buy a single issue of Science for just $15 USD. The confinement found in colloidal semiconductor quantum dots enables the design of materials with tunable properties. García de Arquer et al. review the recent advances in methods for synthesis and surface functionalization of quantum dots that enable fine tuning of their optical, chemical, and electrical properties. These important developments have driven the commercialization of display and lighting applications and provide promising developments in the related fields of lasing and sensing. Semiconductor materials feature optical and electronic properties that can be engineered through their composition and crystal https://yucentrik.ca/fr/blogue/2010-06-11/pierre-alexandre-lapointe-a-euroitv-2010/ structure. The use of semiconductors such as silicon gallium arsenide sparked technologies from computers and mobile phones to lasers and satellites. Semiconductor quantum dots (QDs) offer an additional lever: Because their size is reduced to the nanometer scale in all three dimensions, the restricted electron motion leads to a discrete atom-like electronic structure and size-dependent energy levels. This enables the design of nanomaterials with widely tunable light absorption, bright emission of pure colors, control over electronic transport, and a wide tuning of chemical and physical functions because of their large surface-to-volume ratio. The bright and narrowband light emission of semiconductor QDs, tunable across the visible and near-infrared spectrum, is attractive to realize more efficient displays with purer colors. QDs are engineered compositionally and structurally to manipulate energy states and charge interactions, leading to optical gain and lasing, relevant to light emission across visible and infrared wavelengths and fiberoptic communication. Their tunable surface chemistry allows application as optical labels in bio-imaging, made possible by tethering QDs with proteins and antibodies. The manipulation of QD surfaces with capping molecules that have different chemical and physical functions can be tailored to program their assembly into semiconducting solids, increasing conductivity and enabling the transduction of photonic and chemical stimuli into electrical signals. Optoelectronic devices such as transistors and photodetectors lead to cameras sensitive to visible and infrared light.https://science.sciencemag.org/content/373/6555/eaaz8541
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Quantum physicist Lisa Ringena makes adjustments to the Atom Trap Trace Analysis system at the Kirchhoff Institute for Physics in Heidelberg, Germany.Credit: Lisi Niesner/Reuters Women are more likely to start a research career now than they were 20 years ago, reveals a longitudinal study of the publishing records of millions of researchers around the world. But they are less likely to continue their academic careers than are their male contemporaries, and in general publish fewer papers. Ludo Waltman, a quantitative scientist at Leiden University in the Netherlands, and his colleagues took a deep dive into the huge Scopus citation and abstract database, hosted by Elsevier. They looked at the publication careers of some six million researchers globally who had authored at least three papers between 1996 and 2018. The team posted its findings on the preprint server arXiv.org 1 . The authors found that the proportion of women starting a career in science rose over time. In 2000, 33% of researchers starting their publishing career were women; that grew to 40% in recent years (see ‘Gender gap’). Waltman says that although the results are not surprising, it’s important that we now have concrete statistics confirming the trend for many countries and scientific disciplines. In the physical sciences, mathematics and engineering, male authors still made up a much higher proportion of authors than did women, even in more recent years (see ‘Differences by discipline’). Waltman and his team took their work further by tracking the researchers’ publication records to see whether they continued authoring scientific papers — a proxy for continuing a career in science. They discovered that women were less likely to continue publishing papers than were men, whatever year they began their careers. But Waltman says his team was surprised — given that there is a well-known problem of fewer women than men progressing to senior roles in science — that women were only slightly less likely to continue to publish papers than were men. They found that 54% of women who started publishing in 2000 had dropped out 15 years later, as opposed to 52% of men. Nevertheless, “while the length of the scientific careers of men and women is quite similar, there are important differences between men and women in the way in which their scientific careers develop”, he says. In general, men seemed to progress to senior roles — roughly judged by appearing as the last author on a paper — more quickly. On average, they also published 15–20% more papers than did women over the time span of the data, though there is wide variation across different fields. One important limitation of the study was that it excluded data from India and China — which together account for around one-third of the world’s population — because the authors’ algorithms struggled to assign gender unambiguously to names from these nations. It also did not account for non-binary authors.https://idp.nature.com/authorize?response_type=cookie&client_id=grover&redirect_uri=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.nature.com%2Farticles%2Fd41586-021-02147-9