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Tornado Spectral Systems announces the release of their latest Raman Analyzer: HyperFlux P.R.O. Plus

Tornado's new HyperFlux P.R.O. Plus redefines what is possible with process measurements using the power of Raman spectr…

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Using an electron to probe the tiny magnetic core of an atom

Lasers interrogated the electrons as they buzzed around the

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Twin paradox on a chip

The team is using a special type of superconducting electric circuit called SQUID, which stands for Superconducting Quan…

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From quantum to classical

Strathclyde researcher shows that classical observations of quantum systems are a fundamental part of quantum mechanics – no assumptions necessary.

Strathclyde researcher shows that classical observations of quantum systems are a fundamental part of quantum mechanics …

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PRECITECH INTRODUCES FIVE NEW MACHINES OPTIMIZED FOR LIGHT MANAGEMENT APPLICATIONS

These machine platforms are optimized for creating optical structures on molds for light management applications. The en…

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New technique to synthesise nanostructured nanowires

Possible applications for this technique range from atomically perfect buried interconnects to single-electron transisto…

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Unusual discovery in thin film magnetism

For their research, the scientists grew thin films of the oxide on a perfectly flat crystal of nonmagnetic SrTiO3, using…

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New optical chip lights up the race for quantum computer

Researchers have developed an optical chip that can process photons in an infinite number of ways

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Attosecond Electron Catapult

A team of physicists and chemists from the Laboratory of Attosecond Physics at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität and the Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics has studied the interaction of light with tiny glass particles.

The relationship between strong laser pulses and glass nanoparticles is a special one – one that could influence medical…

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Black Phosphorus (BP) Surges Ahead of Graphene

- A Korean team of scientists tune BP’s band gap to form a superior conductor, allowing for the application to be mass produced for electronic and optoelectronics devices

This research outcome potentially allows for great flexibility in the design and optimization of electronic and optoelec…

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Microresonators could bring optical sensors, communications

The technology is based on the reliable generation and control of laser pulses containing a number of equally spaced fre…

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Quantum computing advance locates neutral atoms

For any computer, being able to manipulate information is essential, but for quantum computing, singling out one data lo…

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High-temperature Superconductivity in Atomically Thin Films

A Route to Developing Ultimate Superconducting Nano-devices

The researchers at first fabricated high-quality, atomically thin FeSe films, with thickness of between one monolayer an…

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Coupling of artificial atoms to V-groove plasmonic waveguides

ICFO researchers report on deterministic coupling of single quantum emitters with channel plasmons

One of the main challenges in developing future nano-scale quantum photonic circuits is to manage combining on a single …

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Diffractive Optical Element: M-Shaper for Optimal Scanning Results

LASER COMPONENTS presents the DOE that is perfectly suited for a high homogeneity in all directions. This diffractive op…

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Measuring the smallest vibration

EPFL researchers have overcome this challenge by coupling a micrometer-sized glass string to a very precise, optical dis…

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A new look at superfluidity

MIT team creates a superfluid in a record-high magnetic field.

Superfluids are thought to flow endlessly, without losing energy, similar to electrons in a superconductor. Observing th…

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Paving the way for a faster quantum computer

Unordered quantum computation: improved efficiency

A team of physicists from the University of Vienna and the Austrian Academy of Sciences have demonstrated a new quantum …

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NIST Method for Spotting Quantum Dots Could Help Make High-Performance Nanophotonic Devices

This new development, which appeared in Nature Communications, may make the manufacture of high-performance photonic dev…

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Novel Material Design for Undistorted Light Waves

Materials that locally amplify or absorb light allow surprising new kinds of light waves – this has now been shown by calculations at TU Wien (Vienna).

When a light wave penetrates a material, it is usually changed drastically. Scattering and diffraction leads to a superp…

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