Patricia Daukantas | 29 March 2023
Researchers combine an array of cameras with software driven by physics and machine learning to achieve the feat.
Susan Curtis | 23 March 2023
Replacing gold with a conductive carbon ink promises low-cost manufacture of perovskite photovoltaics.
Edwin Cartlidge | 22 March 2023
Demonstration shows the potential of 3D-printed artificial materials for guiding terahertz beams.
Hannah Lanford | 20 March 2023
Woodcocks’ white tail plumes, which reflect more light than those of any other bird, may help them communicate in dim environments.
Patricia Daukantas | 17 March 2023
Throwing and capturing single atoms could enable dynamic quantum calculations.
Meeri Kim | 10 March 2023
Semi-transparent photovoltaics allow for energy and food production on the same plot of land.
Susan Curtis | 09 March 2023
Structured surfaces could yield ultrathin devices for encrypting information and enabling high-frequency communications.
Edwin Cartlidge | 08 March 2023
Simulation shows that a device just several tens of meters long could yield ultra-short hard X-ray pulses.
Karen Kwon | 06 March 2023
Novel method combines field-induced active transport and surface-enhanced Raman scattering to detect small and low-concentration particles.
Meeri Kim | 02 March 2023
Polymeric core-shell particles enable printing of 3D, colored objects that respond to mechanical deformation.