New research demonstrates the feasibility of using photoluminescent transparent wood (PL) for light conversion using lignin-based quantum dots.
Research focuses on sol-gel nanocomposites specifically utilized for optical applications.
High performance motion control is a key requirement for many high-tech industries, from laser processing, medical device manufacturing, bio-genomics, aerospace, photonics alignment, and semiconductor manufacturing, to name a few.
Researchers demonstrate a new method to synthesize robust free-standing titanium dioxide nanotube layers (FSL-TiO2NTs) with excellent photoelectronic properties and complete structures.
A recent study examines the plasmonic effects of silver and gold nanoparticles of different geometries to regulate and improve the fluorescence intensity of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes (SWCNTs).
The rapid growth of luminous carbon-based nanomaterials (carbon dots, CDs) during the last decade has been one of the most promising ways to create effective luminescence through simple synthesis. CPDs are being studied extensively as a new subclass of CDs. Then, there is the question of what is glowing and why is it shining.
A hybridized plasmon probe made of a fiber taper and silver nanowires was utilized to selectively alter the radiation characteristics of single photon emitters for quantum photonic applications.
PSI scientists have developed a ground-breaking achromatic lens for X-rays. This allows the X-ray beams to be accurately focused on a single point even if they have different wavelengths.
Researchers explored the removal of permanent tattoos and compared nano and picosecond laser treatments.
The successful synthesis of copper nanoparticles (Cu NPs) in the organic phase has been achieved for the first time, broadening their practical applications.