Check out the articles highlighted on the covers of the latest issue of Advanced Optical Materials.
Monitoring of blood capillary/vessel patterns with spatially resolved diffuse reflectance spectrometry might allow for the early detection of clinical shock.
A liquid interface has the unique capability to provide a common meeting point for hydrophobic, hydrophilic and airborne species, allowing them all to interact.
Cole et al. report the fabrication of free-standing, horizontally aligned carbon nanotube membranes.
New work shows that new class of nanocrystals coupled to graphene causes bi-excitons to experience recombination and simultaneous emission of photon pairs.
Singaporean researchers have used logarithmic spirals to study light-matter interaction at the microscale, and discovered a previously unknown phenomenon.
Raman spectroscopy of the retina coupled with multivariate analysis might become a promising tool to study retina diseases in vivo.
Scientists from NTU have suggested the use of metal-coated microneedles to improve below-skin Raman spectroscopy.
Reflecting 30% of the light that hits it, the Pollia condensata berry uses structural colour—no chemical pigments—to outshine even the morpho butterfly.