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Nano Letters Cover 2014
Nano Letters Cover 2014

Our cover from the October 2014 issue of Nano Letters

HIM Nanopores
HIM Nanopores

A series of TEM images of HIM-drilled nanopores of various size (scale 5 nm)

Depurinated DNA
Depurinated DNA

Artistic rendering of translocating DNA with depurination damage

Thickness dependence
Thickness dependence

Plot showing the dose vs diameter relationship for HIM pore formation as a function of membrane thickness

Optical Translocation
Optical Translocation

A nanopore device with intrinsic fluorescence removed controllably for optimized optical detection of translocation events

Thinned nanopore array
Thinned nanopore array

TEM image of an array of nanopores in a SiN membrane thinned to approx. 6 nm, made entirely with HIM

HIM nanopore array
HIM nanopore array

An 11x11 HIM nanopore array surrounded by larger drilled structures

DNA through a thin nanopore
DNA through a thin nanopore

Artistic rendering of DNA translocating through a thin nanopore device

Carbon nanotube translocation
Carbon nanotube translocation

Artistic rendering of a carbon nanotube translocating through a nanopore

Milled membrane topography
Milled membrane topography

3D rendering of the topography of a >100 nm membrane following local thinning

Translocating DNA
Translocating DNA

Rendering of DNA translocating through a solid-state nanopore

Nanopores
Nanopores

3D rendering of a nanopore array

Hybrid nanopore
Hybrid nanopore

Artistic rendering of the insertion of an alpha hemolysin protein pore into a solid-state nanopore

SWNT paddle device
SWNT paddle device

False-color SEM image of a torsional device built on a single-wall carbon nanotube. Scale bar 500 nm.

Hybrid nanopre formation
Hybrid nanopre formation

Artistic rendering of alpha hemolysin insertion into solid-state nanopores. Courtesy the Cees Dekker Lab at TU Delft and Tremani.