Fabricating on-chip chalcogenide photonic elements

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A group publish work exploring new routes for the fabrication of on-chip photonic elements with chalcogenides.

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Advanced Optical Materials – July Issue Covers

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Hybrid energy system is an alternative to FRET

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Scientists from the University of Southampton have developed a new hybrid energy transfer system that mimics the processes responsible for photosynthesis.

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Combed radio frequencies: an overview

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Optical frequency comb technology for ultra-broadband radio-frequency photonics.

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Advanced Optical Materials – June Issue Covers

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Terahertz Plasmonic Structures with Varying Conductivities

Using a commercially available inkjet printer, electrical engineers were able to produce plasmonic structures with varying conductivities.

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Sensors, OPV modules, and light extractors: Advanced Optical Materials in May

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PDMS/nanotube transducer converts terahertz radiation to sound

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Heat-based carbon nanotube/PDMS sensor developed at University of Michigan could detect terahertz radiation in real-time.

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Improved early detection of esophagus dysplasia

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A novel screening approach for discriminating dysplasia from metaplasia in Barrett’s Esophagus using diffuse reflectance spectroscopy.

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Purifying pharmaceuticals with nanostructured metasurfaces

When twisted light matches the twist of nanostructures, strong interactions with chiral molecules could arise. Image: Ventsislav Valev.

A combination of nanotechnology and a unique twisting property of light could lead to new methods for ensuring the purity and safety of pharmaceuticals.

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