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Watching Electrons Cool in 30 Quadrillionths of a Second

Technique developed by researchers could have applications in visual displays, solar cells and photodetectors

The development could have applications in numerous places where heat management is important, including visual displays…

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Scientists have shown how to make a low-cost yet high precision glass nanoengraving

A femtosecond laser used by scientists allows deposition of complex two- and three-dimensional patterns on the surface o…

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A Sense for Infrared Light

Laser physicists from the Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics developed a measuring system for light waves in the near-infrared range.

Scientists have developed a measuring system that is able to determine laser pulses with a wide bandwidth in the infrare…

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Nano-photonics meets nano-mechanics

Controlling on-chip nano-optics by graphene nano-opto-mechanics

Active in situ control of light at the nanoscale remains a challenge in modern physics and in nanophotonics in particula…

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It’s a 3D printer, but not as we know it

This microstructure is then set in place using a focused laser beam, which locally cures the epoxy resin and then prints…

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Quantum knots are real!

The very first experimental observations of knots in quantum matter have just been reported in Nature Physics by scienti…

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Graphene tunes in to new frequency

Research could lead to safer X-rays and faster internet speeds.

The fascinating electrical properties of graphene have allowed University of Manchester researchers to open up a new are…

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Reconfigurable micro spirals control light

Device switches Terahertz light circular polarization state using MEMS technology

A University of Tokyo research group has developed an active polarization filter which is able to switch the circular po…

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Making astronomical observations in the laboratory

FAU researchers investigate how light behaves in curved space

To investigate the influence of gravity on the propagation of light, researchers usually have to examine astronomical le…

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First all-antiferromagnetic memory device could get digital data storage in a spin

This entirely new form of memory has a set of properties which could make it extremely useful in modern electronics. It …

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Alluxa Increases Production Capacity by 50%

The expansion was driven by steady demand that has led to average growth of 10% quarter over quarter for the last 12 con…

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Scientists have proposed a metasurface for the anomalous scattering of visible light

A new metamaterial with an unusual refraction of light will speed up computers

A team of scientists have proposed a two-dimensional metamaterial composed of silver elements, that refracts light in an…

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TU Delft shuttles individual electrons in 'bucket brigade'

This could represent an important step in the development of a quantum computer in the future. The Delft researchers pub…

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Unique phononic filter could revolutionize signal processing systems

A unique filtering technology that combines light and sound waves on a single chip is expected to better detect radar an…

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Creation of Jupiter interior, a step towards room temperature superconductivity

Creation of Jupiter interior, a step towards room temperature superconductivity —Succeeded in observation of plasma phase transition in hot dense fluid hydrogen

A research group of Osaka University and Tokyo Institute of Technology successfully developed technology which stabilize…

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Novel metasurface revolutionizes ubiquitous scientific tool

ULTRA-COMPACT POLARIMETER COULD IMPROVE TELECOMMUNICATIONS, MEDICAL DIAGNOSTICS AND DRUG TESTING

Researchers at the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences and Innovation Center Iceland have…

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Beating the heat

Ultrafast sensing and quantum control

In the experiment the team begins with a single trapped atomic ion. The ion can be thought of as a bar magnet that can b…

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Spooky interference at a distance

MESA+ researchers discover new fundamental quantum mechanical property

The interference is a direct consequence of the quantum mechanical wave character of electrons and the specific geometry…

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Less Jitter, More Bits: New Material for Detecting Photons Captures More Quantum Information

Detecting individual particles of light just got a bit more precise—by 74 picoseconds to be exact—thanks to advances in …

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Clearing the way for Floquet-Bloch states

Team demonstrates pure quantum-mechanical mixture of electrons and photons in the solid topological insulator bismuth selenide.

Floquet-Bloch states, occurring on incredibly fast time scales, are observed using an experimental technique called time…

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