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TECHSPEC® Monolithic Reflective Beam Expanders Compatible with Wide Variety of Light Sources

Innovative Design Ensures Precision λ/10 Wavefront Error

The Edmund Optics designed and manufactured TECHSPEC® Monolithic Reflective Beam Expanders feature an all-reflective des…

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Bending light

Compared to the existing curved light - Airy beams, which are initialised by a bulky laser paired with an expensive spat…

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Physicists send identical photons through optical fiber

Leiden physicists have created a light source that emits individual particles in an identical state through optical fibe…

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Putting quantum scientists in the driver’s seat

Scientists at the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory are conducting fundamental physics research that …

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The Future of Photonics Using Quantum Dots

In a paper appearing this week in APL Photonics, from AIP Publishing, researchers from the University of California, San…

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A new non-destructive technique to detect single quantum level phonons

he precision measurement of photons, the smallest energy quanta of mechanics, has always been the main constraint to the…

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World’s first continuous room-temperature solid-state maser built using diamond

The breakthrough means masers - the microwave version of lasers - could now be used more widely in a range of applicatio…

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II-VI Incorporated to Acquire CoAdna, a Leader in Wavelength Selective Switches

Approximate purchase price upon closing: $85 million in cash

Founded in 2000, CoAdna is a global leader in wavelength selective switches based on its patented LightFlow™ liquid crys…

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Light for the technology of the future

PTB and ASML are putting a new test beamline into operation at BESSY

The optical system was designed to allow the irradiance to be adjusted at the samples according to the specifications of…

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Mobile ‘Dual-Comb’ Device Significantly Improves Methane Leak Detection

NIST and its partners have developed a novel observing system that combines the world’s first “in-the-field” dual-freque…

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Golden touch: next-gen optical disk to solve data storage challenge

Scientists have used gold nanomaterials to demonstrate a next-generation optical disk with up to 10TB capacity - a stora…

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Spectrolight introduces new Custom Single Bandpass Filters

The CWS also features high in-band transmission efficiency and excellent out of band extinction, making these devices id…

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A milestone in petahertz electronics

These results therefore represent an important step forward in understanding the light-induced electron dynamics in a se…

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Physicists reveal material for high-speed quantum internet

Using their theory, the researchers have shown how a single-photon emitting diode based on silicon carbide can be improv…

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Experiments underway to turn light into matter

In laser facilities in the UK, Imperial physicists are testing an 84-year-old theory which was once thought impossible t…

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A Future Colorfully Lit by the Mystifying Physics of Paint-On Semiconductors

Having quantum properties work at room temperature without requiring ultra-cooling is important for practical use as a s…

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A new kind of quantum bits in two dimensions

Combining two ultra-thin material layers yields new possibilities for quantum electronics. A research team with members from TU Wien presents strongly tunable quantum systems.

The potential landscape created by the regular superstructure allows for accurately placing the quantum dot, or even mov…

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Multifunctional metalens unlocks with light

Flat optical device has applications in augmented and virtual reality, ultra-high resolution microscopy, holography

The breakthrough of this new flat optical device is that it can radically change its function based on the wavelength of…

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Photons Stopped in Time

A new method of trapping single photons could bring quantum memory one step closer

How do you stop light in midflight and hold on to it – even for a fraction of a second? This ability could be crucial to…

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'Frequency combs' ID chemicals within the mid-infrared spectral region

Our health, safety, and well-being depend on how well we know the chemicals that surround us, and the development of new laser sources will now make it possible to identify chemicals with greater sensitivity

In a breakthrough, a group of researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology developed an on-silicon-…

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