1. Novel color photography using a high-efficiency probe can super-focus white light into a 6-nanometer spot  Phys.Org
  2. On-chip frequency shifters in the gigahertz range could be used in next generation quantum computers and networks  Phys.Org
  3. New device modulates visible light—without dimming it—with the smallest footprint and lowest power consumption  Phys.Org
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Scientists have developed new materials for next-generation electronics so tiny that they are not only indistinguishable when closely packed, but they also don't reflect enough light to show fine details, ...

Novel color photography using a high-efficiency probe can super-focus white light into a 6-nanometer spot

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The ability to precisely control and change properties of a photon, including polarization, position in space, and arrival time, gave rise to a wide range of communication technologies we use today, including ...

On-chip frequency shifters in the gigahertz range could be used in next generation quantum computers and networks

Over the past several decades, researchers have moved from using electric currents to manipulating light waves in the near-infrared range for telecommunications applications such as high-speed 5G networks, ...

New device modulates visible light—without dimming it—with the smallest footprint and lowest power consumption