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Making 3D Objects Disappear

Berkeley Lab Researchers Create Ultrathin Invisibility Cloak

In the Berkeley study, when red light struck an arbitrarily shaped 3D sample object measuring approximately 1,300 square…

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Demonstration of quantum cryptography without error rate monitoring

New scheme based on the “wave function collapse” verified experimentally

This experiment enabled the researchers to realize QKD that does not require error rate monitoring between the sender an…

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Beyond Majorana: Ultracold gases as a platform for observing exotic robust quantum states

Aside from interest in them for studying fundamental physics, these zero modes might play an important role in quantum c…

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Nano-trapped molecules are potential path to quantum devices

Single atoms or molecules imprisoned by laser light in a doughnut-shaped metal cage could unlock the key to advanced sto…

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Slow light speeds up the microscopic world

A team of researchers from the University of St Andrews and the University of York has slowed down the speed of light in…

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Is the electron a spin ½ charged photon?

New hypothesis models Dirac’s light-speed electron as a helically- circulating charged photon generating the de Broglie wavelength

In 1933 Paul A. Dirac claimed in his Nobel Prize lecture that electrons actually move at light speed, but because of the…

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Tracking slow nanolight in natural hyperbolic metamaterial slabs

Researchers have imaged how light moves inside an exotic class of matter known as hyperbolic materials. They observed, f…

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New route for switching magnets using light

An international team led by Radboud University physicists has discovered that reversing the poles of magnets must be po…

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Researchers develop key component for terahertz wireless

Terahertz waves, operating at a much higher frequency than microwaves, could one day be used to carry data many times fa…

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UT 'ACTIVATES' PHOTONIC CHIP FOR COMMUNICATION WITH LIGHT

LIGHT CHIP CREATED WITH THE LARGEST FREQUENCY RANGE EVER

Sending information with the help of light is the future. It requires 'light chips', made of a special glass. Scientists…

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UNL's Fuchs leads team that observes X-ray phenomenon for first time

Using an enormous X-ray laser -- one of only two such machines on Earth -- University of Nebraska-Lincoln physicist Matt…

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UT RESEARCHERS GIVE NANOSHEETS LOCAL MAGNETIC PROPERTIES

With pulsed laser deposition (PLD) you can achieve controlled growth of thin layers of certain materials. Here, a materi…

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Lambda Research Corporation Announces Release of TracePro® Version 7.7

New features in this release are a new Candela plot viewer and an Automotive lighting toolkit. The new Candela viewer al…

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UV-Enhanced Silver Mirror Coatings

Because standard silver coatings do not reflect well below 450 nm, aluminum coatings are often used in the UV. But since…

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How to spawn an “exceptional ring”

Researchers create exotic states that could lead to new kinds of sensors and optical devices.

Individual exceptional points are a peculiar phenomenon unique to an unusual class of physical systems that can lead to …

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Researchers use laser to levitate glowing nanodiamonds in vacuum

Work represents first step towards a levitated system combining optical, spin, mechanical degrees of freedom

Researchers have, for the first time, levitated individual nanodiamonds in vacuum. The research team is led by Nick Vami…

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Nano-Dunes with the Ion Beam

New method for self-organized nanostructures studied at the HZDR

Many semiconductor devices in modern technology – from integrated circuits to solar cells and LEDs – are based on nanost…

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Study points way toward 'filming' molecule-light interactions

A new study from UNL physicists could inform the future production of 3-D movies starring light-driven molecular reactio…

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Zygo Introduces Advanced Metrology and Yield Enhancement Tool for Consumer Lens Manufacturing

Multi-element aspheric lens assemblies are now ubiquitous in consumer electronics devices such as mobile phones, tablets…

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NIST Physicists Show ‘Molecules’ Made of Light May Be Possible

Researchers have showed theoretically that by tweaking a few parameters of the binding process, photons could travel sid…

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