Scientists can depend on a formidable tool—light when it comes to recording and stimulating brain activity.
Researchers have developed a new film that can help to enhance anticounterfeiting strategies.
The current research by Erik van Heijst and colleagues (PSN) has been chosen as a featured article and journal cover in the previous issue of the Journal of Applied Physics and a SciLight article was written by the American Institute of Physics.
A group of researchers recently demonstrated the effectiveness of atomic level height steps in strongly scattering the mid-infrared acoustic graphene plasmons (AGPs).
Liquid crystals resulting from borophene have increased in popularity, due to their vast applicability in photonic and optoelectronic devices.
A team of researchers recently published a paper in the journal Nano Letters that demonstrated the effectiveness of fluorescent nanodiamond (FND)-based biocompatible nanoprobe to map the subwavelength features of tightly...
Key industry players in optical networking will be gathering in San Diego to share their research, new ideas, and experience the latest advancements their field has to offer. PI engineers are on-hand to answer questions and propose precision motion solutions relating to photonics automation.
Linköping University’s researchers have developed optical nanoantennas, which could be switched on/off and slowly tuned with the application of electrical potentials.
The effectiveness of microfiber-based InSe-Au saturable absorber (SA) for ultrafast photonics in the mid- and near-infrared regions has been investigated.
A group of researchers recently published a paper in the journal Science Advances that demonstrated the effectiveness of supramolecular systems developed from oligoamide sequences (OSs) in reversibly switching the plasmonic nanogaps between the quantum and classical tunneling regime.