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With the use of integration of high-powered X-Rays, machine learning, and phase-retrieval algorithms, Cornell scientists showed the intricate nanotextures in thin-film materials, providing researchers with a novel, streamlined method to examining likely candidates for microelectronics and quantum computing, among other applications.
The interaction of light and matter on the nanoscale is a vital aspect of nanophotonics. Resonant nanosystems allow scientists to control and enhance electromagnetic energy at volumes smaller than the wavelength of the incident light.
Shimadzu Scientific Instruments introduces the AIMsight Infrared Microscope featuring automated analysis functions and an enhanced wide field camera to enable users of all experience levels to identify, observe, measure ...
In 2021, lanthanide-doped nanoparticles made waves—or rather, an avalanche—when Changwan Lee, then a PhD student in Jim Schuck’s lab at Columbia Engineering, set off an extreme light-producing chain reaction from ultrasmall crystals developed at the Molecular Foundry at Berkeley Lab.
A new method of controlling the shape of tiny particles about one tenth of the width of human hair could make the technology that powers our daily lives more stable and more efficient, scientists claim.
Auburn, MA – PI USA, a premium supplier of precision motion systems and air bearings for alignment, precision motion, metrology and automation applications, offers a new 6-axis photonics alignment system.
In a major breakthrough in the fields of nanophotonics and ultrafast optics, a Sandia National Laboratories research team has demonstrated the ability to dynamically steer light pulses from conventional, so-called incoherent light sources.
Each year, an estimated two trillion dollars is lost globally due to counterfeit products ranging from jewelry to medicine. As current security labels and product authentication methods are rapidly becoming obsolete or easy to hack, there is a rising urgency for more secure anti- counterfeiting labels.
This new spin measuring device could help scientists - particularly in chemistry and biology - understand the structure and purpose of materials better.