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Lighting the Path to Smaller, Tougher Thermometers

With further development, these photonic thermometers are expected to perform as well as or better than the traditional …

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The fundamental constants are still constant

Atomic clocks prove the stability of the mass ratio of protons to electrons

The results allowed somewhat contradictory conclusions. In the past few years, laboratory experiments with

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Quantum Re-Coherence

The importance of three-way atom interactions in maintaining coherence

Quantum computers will someday perform calculations impossible for conventional digital computers. But for that to happ…

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Highly confined low-loss plasmons in graphene–boron nitride heterostructures

ICFO’s Nano-optoelectronics group in Nature Materials.

Squeezing light into tiny circuits and controlling its flow electrically is a holy grail that has become a realistic sce…

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Revealing the quantum geometry of the graphene lattice

LMU/MPQ team realizes an Aharonov-Bohm type interferometer to measure the band topology in graphene type lattices.

Researchers formed an analogous interferometer not with electrons but with neutral atoms, cooled to ultra-low temperatur…

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Trapping light with a twister

New understanding of how to halt photons could lead to miniature particle accelerators, improved data transmission.

Researchers at MIT who succeeded last year in creating a material that could trap light and stop it in its tracks have n…

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World’s most complex crystal simulated at U-Michigan

The most complicated crystal structure ever produced in a computer simulation has been achieved by researchers at the Un…

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Bright Solutions from Delta Optical Thin Film A/S

As per today DELTA has facilitated a management buyout of the business area Optical Thin Film. The new owners behind Del…

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Future hub for nano-engineered materials and devices

The Universities of Bath, Bristol, Sheffield and Strathclyde and their industrial partners have been given funding to de…

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Gone in 45 nanoseconds – but a new opportunity for quantum control?

In a breakthrough study scientists have revealed the coherence, or the visibility lifespan, of the spin of an electron i…

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Hands on: Crafting ultrathin color coatings

In Harvard’s high-tech cleanroom, applied physicists produce vivid optical effects—on paper

One is a metamaterial that absorbs 99.75 percent of infrared light—very useful for thermal imaging devices. Another is a…

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Ibsen releases four new CMOS-based spectrometers with very high sensitivity

The FREEDOM 100 spectrometers provide sensitivity and cost comparable with traditional cost efficient CCD-based spectrom…

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Particles, Waves and Ants

Animals looking for food or light waves moving through turbid media – astonishing similarities have now been found between completely different phenomena.

Many important physical quantities depend on the mean free path - for instance the fraction of the light, which passes t…

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Yellowstone's Thermal Springs -- Their Colors Unveiled

Scientists from Montana and Germany develop simple new model that explains the brilliant deep hues of Yellowstone National Park’s most beautiful thermal springs

Researchers at Montana State University and Brandenburg University of Applied Sciences in Germany have created a simple …

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Quantum physics just got less complicated

Researchers show that wave-particle duality and quantum uncertainty are the same thing, reducing two mysteries to one

Researchers show that wave-particle duality and quantum uncertainty are the same thing, reducing two mysteries to one

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Graphene plasmons vs noble metal nanoparticles

Graphene nanoislands shown to host record-high levels of nonlinear response when electrically charged.

Noble metal nanoparticles can help overcome this limitation on the nanoscale, as they enhance optical nonlinearities thr…

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Pyramid nanoscale antennas beam light up and down

Researchers from FOM Institute AMOLF and Philips Research have designed and fabricated a new type of nanoscale antenna. …

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Tray-Express: Satisloh’s Modular Automation Solution

Pre-assembled and pre-engineered modules offer an easy solution for labs to automate either a single process or expand t…

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Researchers create tunable photon-pair spectrum using room-temperature quantum optics silicon chip

A team of researchers from the University of California, San Diego have demonstrated a way to emit and control quantum l…

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Control on shape of light particles opens the way to ‘quantum internet’

In the same way as we now connect computers in networks through optical signals, it could also be possible to connect fu…

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