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The Next Generation of Adaptive Optics: PI (Physik Instrumente) and the Fraunhofer IOF Support Visualization of Exoplanets in the E-ELT

The E-ELT will have a segmented main mirror with a diameter of 39 m and a light collection area of almost

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Turbo for the broadband network

Scientists work on an alternative to carry data

Küppers is now offering an alternative – a laser diode that can be tuned in wavelength. The wavelength emitted by the di…

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Quantum correlations do not imply instant causation

A research team led by a Heriot-Watt scientist has shown that the universe is even weirder than had previously been thought.

A new experiment by an international team led by Heriot-Watt’s Dr Alessandro Fedrizzi has now found that the universe is…

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Innoviz Technologies Secures $9M in Series A Funding

Solution Will Enable Autonomous Driving

Innoviz recognized that the optimal sensing solution for Autonomous Vehicles is the LiDAR, a laser based sensor providin…

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Acoustic Prism Invented at EPFL

When sound is directed into the tube at one end, high-frequency components of the sound escape out of the tube through t…

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Two Become One: How to Turn Green Light Blue

Metal-Organic Frameworks with a Piggyback Structure Open up New Possibilities for Solar Cells and LEDs – Publication in the Advanced Materials Scientific Journal

The upconversion of photons allows for a more efficient use of light: Two photons are converted into a single photon hav…

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Ultracold atoms in a "Rydberg-dress"

Scientists at the MPQ (Garching) and MPIPKS (Dresden) have developed a novel technique to let atoms interact over large distances.

In the laboratory, the physicists start the experiment by creating an ultracold gas of the alkali metal rubidium-87 with…

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Force Sensing achieved with Graphene Opto-Mechanical Resonators

ICFO study achieves unprecedented ultra-sensitive force measurements with multilayer graphene optomechanical devices.

In a recent study published in Nature Communications, ICFO researchers have achieved unprecedented ultra-sensitive measu…

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Scientists Count Microscopic Particles Without Microscope

Scientists from Russia and Australia put forward a simple new way of counting microscopic particles in optical materials…

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$2 million to add efficiency to integrated quantum photonics

The research is expected to result in a new class of device technologies with previously inaccessible attributes and mer…

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Tailored AFM probes created via 3-D direct laser writing

A group of Karlsruhe Institute of Technology researchers in Germany report using 3-D direct laser writing based on two-photon polymerization as a tool to fabricate custom-made probes for atomic force microscopy

A group of Karlsruhe Institute of Technology researchers in Germany report using 3-D direct laser writing based on two-p…

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USC quantum computing researchers reduce quantum information processing errors

Make practical quantum optimization one step closer to reality

The researchers believe that this work is an important step in eliminating a bottleneck for scalable quantum optimizatio…

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Liquid light switch could enable more powerful electronics

Researchers have built a record energy-efficient switch, which uses the interplay of electricity and a liquid form of li…

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Toward practical quantum computers

Built-in optics could enable chips that use trapped ions as quantum bits.

Ram and Karan Mehta, an MIT graduate student in electrical engineering and first author on the new paper, designed and b…

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New sensors function as eyes in concrete

A new spin-out from DTU has recently marketed a sensor system allowing you to monitor activity inside concrete structures from your desk.

The new sensor is connected to a light source and a light analyser. When transmitting laser light into the fibre, the li…

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NASA eyes first-ever carbon-nanotube mirrors for CubeSat telescope

Unlike most telescope mirrors made of glass or aluminum, this particular optic is made of carbon nanotubes embedded in a…

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Stronger terahertz waves allow safer detection of hidden objects

The key to their results was the use of a specific exotic laser beam—called a ring-Airy beam—to generate a THz wave that…

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Electrified quantum diamond can become the heart of quantum networks and computers of the future

Researchers have predicted that artificial defects in the crystal lattice of diamond can be turned into ultrabright and …

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Scientists discover light could exist in a previously unknown form

New research suggests that it is possible to create a new form of light by binding light to a single electron, combining…

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On the cusp of quantum supremacy

The first step on a new path to quantum supremacy has been proposed by a mathematician from the University of Bristol.

In this paper, the researchers propose a family of quantum experiments based on a new approach, known as commuting quant…

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