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A new photonic material: 2D molybdenum disulfide
Fabrication of a saturable absorber via the optical deposition of 2D molybdenum disulfide enables the development of a fiber laser with ultrashort pulses.

Using focused light beams to suspend and autonomously control microscopic tools in 3D enables novel ways to investigate the microscale world.

3 March 2015
Chemical compatibility between constituents of the active layer in bulk heterojunction solar cells affects its morphology, which in turn correlates with open-circuit voltage tunability.
2 March 2015
An aerial display on which signage pops up has been realized using retro-reflective sheeting, an LED panel, and a half mirror.
27 February 2015
A method for creating Bose-Einstein condensates in polymers enables micrometer-scale observations of quantum physical phenomena at ambient temperatures.
26 February 2015
A novel deterministic approach enables teleportation of an unknown photonic quantum state from polarization to orbital-angular-momentum.
25 February 2015
Laser-based aircraft defense system approved for global sale
U.S. Department of Defense green-lights BAE Systems’ anti-missile protection system.
4 March 2015
ImmerVision targets smart phones with 'panomorph' lenses
Optical technology provides full 360-degree views of a mobile handset user's surroundings.
4 March 2015
Researchers win €5.2m to develop high-bandwidth, thermally intelligent circuits
‘Thermally Integrated Smart Photonics Systems’ project to enable next-generation photonic devices to support global bandwidth growth.
4 March 2015
 
Eric Betzig: Beyond the Nobel Prize -- Developing new microscopy techniques

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