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A digital ‘Rochester Cloak’ to fit all sizes

By breaking up the information into distinct pieces, it becomes possible to use currently available digital cameras and …

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New device steps toward isolating single electrons for quantum computing

The scientists look at the microwave photons emerging from the resonator and monitor that signal as they slowly let elec…

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POET Technologies to Acquire BB Photonics

Source of sustained differentiation in Integrated Photonic solutions

BB Photonics, a pre-revenue, New Jersey-based privately held photonics company currently develops Photonic Integrated C…

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Scientists at the University of Göttingen film formation of ultrashort laser pulses in real time

A collaborative research effort at the University of Göttingen and UCLA has now observed the emergence of these ultrasho…

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Printing metal in midair

3D printing and laser annealing of conductive metallic inks without supports could lead to customized electronic and biomedical devices

This laser-assisted direct ink writing method allows microscopic metallic, free-standing 3D structures to be printed in …

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Physicists Discover a New Form of Light

One of the measurable characteristics of a beam of light is known as angular momentum. Until now, it was thought that in…

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Artificial intelligence replaces physicists

The experiment, developed by physicists from ANU and UNSW ADFA, created an extremely cold gas trapped in a laser beam, k…

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0.5 keV Soft X-ray Attosecond Continua in Nature Communications

ICFO researchers have demonstrated attosecond temporal resolution in combination with atomic selectivity.

Attosecond light pulses in the extreme ultraviolet have drawn a great deal of attention due to their ability to interrog…

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Quantum Logical Operations Realized with Single Photons

MPQ scientists take an important step towards a logical quantum gate for photons.

In a series of measurements, using wave plates and a polarizing beam splitter the scientists determined the polarization…

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UW researchers unleash graphene ‘tiger’ for more efficient optoelectronics

Xu and Wu discovered that when the graphene layer’s lattice is aligned with the layers of boron-nitride, a type of “supe…

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This “nanocavity” may improve ultrathin solar panels, video cameras and other optoelectronic devices

Recently, engineers placed a single layer of MoS molecules on top of a photonic structure called an optical nanocavity m…

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Technique makes holograms highly efficient, secure

Nanotechnology improves holographic capabilities by encoding light polarization

Researchers at the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences have programmed polarization into …

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Tunnelling ionization studies by researchers in Japan and Russia show changes in electron distributions between ground- and excited-state in laser tunnelling ionization of molecules.

The researchers probed the mechanism at work by altering the polarization of the laser field. A linearly polarised field…

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A Quasiparticle Collider

Mark Sherwin and an international team prove that basic collider concepts from particle physics can be transferred to solid-state research

This new research employed a unique laser source at the terahertz high-field lab in Regensburg, Germany, which enabled t…

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Using laser pulses to direct protons

Using ultrashort laser pulses an international team at LMU Munich and the Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics has man…

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New generation of laser-controlled micro-robots created at DTU

All functions—printing, navigation and powering the probes, as well as collecting particles and delivering substances—ar…

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Quantum physics inside a drop of paint

Inside a drop of paint, light is scattered so often that it seems impossible to demonstrate quantum effects. But despite…

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Using Light to Create Sound, Researchers Develop Innovative New Chemical Sensing Method

Method overcomes fundamental challenge in fiber-optic based sensing, with potential applications in industrial production and chemical detection

Researchers have developed a promising new fiber-optic based chemical sensing method that uses light inside a fiber to i…

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Scientists take a major leap toward a 'perfect' quantum metamaterial

Berkeley Lab, UC Berkeley researchers lead study that uses trapped atoms in an artificial crystal of light

Such a light-based structure, which has patterned features that in some ways resemble those of a crystal, is essentially…

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Novel gate may enhance power of Majorana-based quantum computers

Quantum computers hold great potential, but they remain hard to build because their basic components—individual quantum …

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