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Spin-dependent spatial beam splitting in the photonic spin Hall effect is sensitive to variations in the thickness of metal and graphene nanofilms.
16 September 2014

High-performance photoresists made from metal oxide nanoparticles offer high-sensitivity lithography at extreme-UV wavelengths by using a new ligand-based patterning mechanism.

15 September 2014
Coherent arrays of fiber lasers appear scalable to weapons-class (100kW) powers with near-perfect beam quality in rugged and compact packages.
12 September 2014
A resonantly-pumped, tunable, Q-switched holmium-doped yttrium aluminum garnet ceramic laser generates high energy and high beam quality in the 2μm region.
11 September 2014
Water/alcohol-soluble conjugated polymers can greatly improve photovoltaic efficiency.
11 September 2014
Organic LEDs with photonic structures incorporating zinc oxide and a polyfluorene derivative as cathode and emissive layers, respectively, lead to high efficiencies and electrically-driven lasing capabilities.
10 September 2014
Private equity group buys Emcore PV unit
Emcore CEO Hong Hou to step down as company is left with loss-making fiber-optics division.
18 September 2014
Quantum dots adapted to glow more brightly
A thin layer of aluminum oxide layer makes quantum dots glow more brightly, promising diverse applications.
18 September 2014
CEA Leti collaborates on 'LiFi' transceivers
French government lab working with start-up on visible light communications technology.
17 September 2014
 

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