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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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UBC positioned as global leader in quantum materials research with $66.5-million federal government investment

Quantum physics is the study of the unusual behaviour of matter and energy at the atomic level, where the laws of classi…

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RESEARCHERS FROM POLYTECHNIQUE MONTRÉAL AND IMPERIAL COLLEGE LONDON DEMONSTRATE THE WAVELIKE QUANTUM BEHAVIOUR OF A POLARITON CONDENSATE ON A MACROSCOPIC SCALE AND AT ROOM TEMPERATURE

A world first and a significant development in the understanding of macroscopic quantum behaviour

Quantum mechanics tells us that objects exhibit not only particle-like behaviour, but also wavelike behaviour with a wav…

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SLAC Builds One of the World's Fastest 'Electron Cameras'

Ultrafast Electron Diffraction Reveals Rapid Motions of Atoms and Molecules

The technique complements ultrafast studies with SLAC’s X-ray free-electron laser. Similar to X-ray light, highly energe…

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A Better Way To Study Batteries, From The Transformative Materials & Devices Lab

Researchers from Yale and MIT believe that a laser analysis technique known as Raman spectroscopy could answer many of t…

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TECHSPEC® Right Angle Mirrors ideal for system alignment applications

Enhanced aluminum, protected gold and silver coatings provide high reflectance values

The specialty mirrors are easy to mount, and feature N-BK7 substrates. Available in 39 different size

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New 2D Transistor Material Made Using Precision Lasers

- A New Technique for Making 2D Transistor from dual-phase TMD Crystal

The overwhelming majority of microchips that exist in electronics now are made from silicon, and they work extremely wel…

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Canon successfully develops world’s first practical-use germanium immersion grating

Achievement could enable smaller, higher-efficiency infrared spectrometers that could help shed light on the history of the universe and the beginning of life

Through the application of the Canon-developed germanium immersion grating, spectrometers could be drastically reduced t…

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‘The first quantum computer will fill a sports hall’

The worldwide race to the quantum computer is in full swing. This computer can bring about a breakthrough in discovering…

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Silicon device solves overheating problem in lab analysis technique

The scientists have shown that the same effect can be achieved using their new silicon device, without the associated te…

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Superconducting qubit and magnetic sphere hybrid

Quantum behavior of millimeter-sized magnets unraveled

Researchers in the University of Tokyo have demonstrated that it is possible to exchange a quantum bit, the minimum unit…

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World’s quietest gas lets physicists hear faint quantum effects

Physicists at the University of California, Berkeley, have cooled a gas to the quietest state ever achieved, hoping to d…

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Portable Environmental Chamber licensed to FOM Technologies

The National Physical Laboratory has developed a Portable Environmental Test Chamber, which allows the characterisation …

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