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Chemistry professor uses optical methods to change data storage

Physics, Astronomy & Interdisciplinary Science center could speed project’s growth

A chemistry professor at The University of New Mexico is building synthetic molecules that would revolutionize data stor…

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The winner of Delta's name contest is

Bifrost as rainbow bridge not only reminds of the visual appearance of our filters when looked through at sunlight. It a…

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New record in microwave detection

Aalto University scientists have broken the world record by fourteen fold in the energy resolution of thermal photodetection.

The record was made using a partially superconducting microwave detector. The discovery may lead to ultrasensitive camer…

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New dimensions in data storage

With global data generation increasing by almost 50 per cent each year, Swinburne researchers are at the forefront of th…

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Probing Quantum Phenomena in Tiny Transistors

Nearly 1,000 times thinner than a human hair, nanowires can only be understood with quantum mechanics. Using quantum mod…

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Quantum processor for single photons

MPQ-scientists have realised a photon-photon logic gate via a deterministic interaction with a strongly coupled atom-resonator system.

In the experiment presented here two independently polarised photons impinge, in quick succession, onto a resonator whic…

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3D printing enables the smallest complex micro-objectives

The researchers were also able to combine their optics with illumination systems. The optics on an LED which concentrate…

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Quantum matter without memory loss

MPQ scientists obtain evidence of many-body localization in a closed quantum system.

The scientists interpret their observation as the onset of many-body localization in the atomic system. This is of funda…

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SCHNEIDER-KREUZNACH PRESENTS NEW MAGNETRON SPUTTERED LONGPASS FILTERS

The filters feature steep slopes and high transmission at stable cut-on wavelengths. Thanks to their extreme flat polish…

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Phantom Majorana particles found in insulating magnets

Corroborative evidence of electron-spin fractionalization up to room temperature

An international research group carried out a large-scale numerical simulation for a theoretical model called the Kitaev…

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Controlling spins by laser

Photoinduced demagnetization and insulator-to-metal transition by synchrotron x-ray observed

The researchers found that increasing laser intensity sped up demagnetization by metallization of insulating thin films.…

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Ultrathin, flat lens resolves chirality and color

Multifunctional lens could replace bulky, expensive machines

Researchers have developed an ultra-compact, flat lens that can simultaneously capture both spectral information and the…

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Mainz-based physicists find missing link between glass formation and crystallization

Densified regions with drastically reduced internal motion either act as crystal precursors or cluster and frustrate all further dynamics

Using a clever combination of light scattering and microscopy, they were able to demonstrate that within a melt of hard …

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BGU Researchers Propose Next Step in Designing Energy Conserving Computing

BGU researchers have presented a novel design technique for optical reversible nano-gates and circuits. It is a design t…

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Building a Better Bowtie

Bowtie-shaped nanostructures may advance the development of quantum devices

None of the systems built in the past to study quantum interactions between light and matter were able to reduce experim…

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Quantum Swing - a pendulum that moves forward and backwards at the same time

Two-quantum oscillations of atoms in a semiconductor crystal are excited by ultrashort terahertz pulses. The terahertz w…

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Zemax announces release of LensMechanix

For the first time, mechanical engineers can package, analyze, and validate their optomechanical designs in SOLIDWORKS b…

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New discovery in semiconductor physics

Observation of anomalous restoration of order of electron waves by doping magnetic atoms and making a semiconductor ferromagnetic

This research may indicate a route to developing high-speed quantum spintronics devices

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ALLVIA launches new product lines for Through Glass Vias (TGV) and Through Quartz Vias (TQV)

Sunnyvale facility triples its capacity with state-of-the-art equipment to accommodate its expansion from Through Silicon Vias (TSVs) to TGVs and TQVs

ALLVIA will manufacture ultra-thin glass and quartz interposers using its facility fully equipped for high volume manufa…

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Russian physicists create a high-precision 'quantum ruler'

The study focused on what is known as N00N states of photons in which there is a superposition of spatial positions of n…

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