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UA Researchers Design Material that More Effectively Slows Light

Researchers at The University of Alabama designed and made a material that manipulates the speed of light in a new, more…

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Graphene and 2-D crystals

Graphene teams up with two-dimensional crystals for faster data communications

Ultra-fast detection of light lies at the heart of optical communication systems nowadays. Driven by the internet of thi…

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New diamond structures produce bright luminescence for quantum cryotography and biomarkers applications

Germanium defects in a diamond crystal lattice act as a reliable source for single photons, new research shows. The resu…

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At the edge of a quantum gas

JQI physicists observe skipping orbits in the quantum Hall regime

By adjusting the properties of the laser beams, the team produced dynamics characteristic of real materials exhibiting t…

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Signals from empty space

Physicists from Konstanz University succeed in direct detection of vacuum fluctuations

An experimental setup to measure electric fields with extremely high temporal resolution and sensitivity has now made it…

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Scientists produce status check on quantum teleportation

In a paper published in Nature Photonics, the team, which included scientists from the Freie Universität Berlin and the …

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Northrop Grumman Names M. Roman Hachkowski General Manager of Adaptive Optics Company, AOA Xinetics

Hachkowski joins Northrop Grumman with years of optical systems experience in developing and bringing to market complex …

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Controlling Material Properties with Light

ICFO and HZDR researchers reveal driving force for orbital order in modern materials

In their experiment, the ICFO and HZDR researchers utilized the unique tunable narrow-band terahertz radiation from the …

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University of Tokyo, Fujitsu, and NEC Succeed in Quantum Key Distribution from Single-Photon Emitter at World-Record Distance of 120 km

Driving toward the practical implementation of the ultimate in secure communications for metropolitan areas

These results were generated using an optical fiber quantum key distribution system that was newly developed by the thre…

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Quantum Entanglement

A new study suggests the universe was ‘cooked’ just right as it evolved.

The study sheds new light on how to generate, control, and manipulate quantum entanglement, since the defects contain cl…

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First Optical Rectenna – Combined Rectifier and Antenna – Converts Light to DC Current

Using nanometer-scale components, researchers have demonstrated the first optical rectenna, a device that combines the f…

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Single-Crystal Phosphors Suitable for Ultra-Bright, High-Power White Light Sources

Highly promising for ultra-bright lighting products such as laser headlights

The Optical Single Crystals Group at NIMS, in collaboration with Tamura Corporation and Koha Co., Ltd., successfully dev…

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Atomic inner-shell laser at 1.5-ångström wavelength pumped by an X-ray free-electron laser

Since the invention of the first lasers in the visible-light region, research has aimed to produce short-wavelength lase…

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Exploring edges with synthetic dimensions

ICFO research fellow A.Celi and ICFO Professor L.Tarruell comment in Science on the experimental visualization of edge currents using cold atoms trapped in synthetic lattices.

Researchers proposed an original scheme for simulating efficiently this physics using instead cold atoms trapped in an o…

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Characterizing the Forces that Hold Everything Together

UMass Amherst physicists offer new open source calculations for molecular interactions

UMass Amherst physicists offer new open source calculations for molecular interactions

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A twist for control of orbital angular momentum of neutron waves

Although there is never more than one neutron in the interferometer at any given time, the neutron can be thought of as …

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Light-Based Memory Chip Is the First Ever to Store Data Permanently

The team has shown that intense pulses of light sent through the waveguide can carefully change the state of the GST. An…

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Ultrathin lens could revolutionise next-gen devices

Researchers at Swinburne University of Technology, collaborating with Monash University, have developed an ultrathin, fl…

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NIST Team Breaks Distance Record for Quantum Teleportation

The experiment confirmed that quantum communication is feasible over long distances in fiber. Other research groups have…

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First circularly polarized light detector on a silicon chip

Invention of the first integrated circularly polarized light detector on a silicon chip opens the door for development o…

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