To imitate the photonic reaction of squid skin, researchers sequenced, recombinantly produced, and self-assembled reflective proteins from a cephalopod into spherical nanoparticles by combining reflectin B1 with a click chemistry ligand.
A novel approach for laser-driven bubble printing using Gold (Au) and Silver (Ag) to build strong nanostructures is presented in a study published in The Journal of Physical Chemistry.
A novel approach for merging two or more materials to form hybrid materials with artificially tunable properties has been presented in a study published in the journal ACS Applied Nano Materials.
Several optical approaches, paired with a laser direct writing technique, were utilized to photowrite and erase a well-defined chemical pattern on a graphene canvas with a spatial resolution of roughly 300 nm.
Georgia State University researchers have successfully designed a new type of artificial vision device that incorporates a novel vertical stacking architecture and allows for greater depth of color recognition and scalability on a micro-level.
The world’s largest conference and trade show on laser technology and photonics is back in person and serving as the backdrop for PI’s new high-performance motion solutions for photonics, robotics, microscopy, and precision industrial automation applications.
Engineers at EPFL have formulated a low-temperature annealing technique that preserves the structure of silver and gold when both the metals are joined in an alloy.
Researchers show the feasibility of using transition metal dichalcogenides for tailored light-matter interactions, demonstrating their potential for nanophotonics applications.
The effectiveness of a quantum dot-near-field transducer (QD-NFT) system to achieve ultrafast multipartite entanglement for quantum nanoplasmonic networks at room temperature has been explored.
An effective technique to tune and adjust nanocrystal sheets to achieve high polarization effects is presented in a new study.