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Graphene Photodetector Integrated into Computer Chip

The novel material graphene and its technological applications are studied at the Vienna University of Technology. Now scientists have succeeded in combining graphene light detectors with semiconductor chips.

Scientists at the Vienna University of Technology have now managed to combine a graphene photodetector with a standard s…

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Photons on demand now possible on hair's width optical chip

A breakthrough in photonics that will help create extremely compact optical chips, a hair's width in size and delivering…

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Ultrafast Thin Film Polarizers ideal for use with high power lasers

Feature high damage thresholds and excellent extinction ratios

Ultrafast Thin Film Polarizers provide high damage thresholds, which is ideal for use with high power lasers - including…

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Opto Diode’s New Radiation-Hard Photodiodes for Electron Detection – UVG20C

The new device offers 100 percent internal quantum efficiency (QE) and unparalleled stability.

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Water impurities key to an icicle’s ripples

A group of physicists from Canada have been growing their own icicles in a lab in the hope of solving a mystery that has…

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In quantum computing, light may lead the way

Light might be able to play a bigger, more versatile role in the future of quantum computing, according to new research …

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PG&O Offers Quick Turnkey Optical Solutions with Extensive In-Stock Glass Inventory

Other in-stock substrates include BK-7, Corning 0211, Corning Eagle 2000 XG

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Spirals of Light May Lead to Better Electronics

A group of researchers at the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) has created the optical equivalent of a tunin…

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MPQ/LMU scientists directly observe bound states of elementary magnets in ferromagnetic quantum crystals predicted more than 80 years ago

Simulating solid state properties with precisely controlled quantum systems is an important goal of the Quantum Many-Bod…

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Naked Jets of Water Make a Better Pollutant Detector

Novel design for microfluidic sensor uses streams of unconfined water for a simpler and cheaper way to test for dangerous chemicals and bacteria

Researchers in Italy have developed a pollutant detector that uses a narrow stream of water unconfined by tubes or pipes…

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Graphene with aroma

New production method broadens the perspectives for an improved use of the "magic material" - many different forms are possible

New production method broadens the perspectives for an improved use of the magic material - many different forms are pos…

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Meller Optics introduces SAPPHIRE WAVEPLATES

THIN AS 0.4 MM AND < 25 MM DIA.

Custom manufactured low order sapphire waveplates that provide superior wear- and chemical-resistance while changing the…

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Researchers Demonstrate 'Accelerator on a Chip'

Technology could spawn new generations of smaller, less expensive devices for science, medicine

In an advance that could dramatically shrink particle accelerators for science and medicine, researchers used a laser to…

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Electronic Circuit Board Based on Thin Glass: Improved Functionality for Aerospace Technology

LZH is developing production processes for multilayer circuit boards based on thin glass with 145 micron thicknesses. Th…

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Spinning CDs to Clean Sewage Water

Scientists find a potential new use for old music CDs: coating disks in photocatalytic compounds and spinning them to clean water

Everyone has CDs laying around their car, office or home. Researchers from Taiwan have decided to put them to good use …

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Latest Release of Synopsys' CODE V Enables Faster, More Robust Optical Design Optimization

CODE V version 10.6 is now generally available

The release provides new charting capabilities and analysis improvements that enable faster, more flexible optical desig…

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Tiny antennas let long light waves see in infrared

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign researchers have developed arrays of tiny nano-antennas that can enable sensi…

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Beyond Quantum Simulation: JILA Physicists Create 'Crystal' of Spin-swapping Ultracold Gas Molecules

Physicists at JILA have created a crystal-like arrangement of ultracold gas molecules that can swap quantum "spin" prope…

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Harvard-led Consortium Forms Center for Integrated Quantum Materials

National Science Foundation grant will enable research and education in field that promises breakthroughs in electronics, photonics and computing

The Center for Integrated Quantum Materials will integrate three areas of research. The first will involve synthesizing …

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Lens Combines Human and Insect Vision to Focus Wide-Angle Views

Multi-Part Lens Expands, Contracts to Change Focus

A lens invented at The Ohio State University combines the focusing ability of a human eye with the wide-angle view of an…

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