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  1. CCNY Physicists Score Double Hit In LED Research

    In two breakthroughs in the realm of photonics, City College of New York graduate researchers are reporting the successful demonstration of an LED (light-emitting diode) based on half-light half-matter quasiparticles in atomically thin materials.

  2. New Chip Poised To Enable Hand-Held Microwave Imaging

    Researchers have developed a new microwave imager chip that could one day enable low-cost handheld microwave imagers, or cameras.

  3. Autonomous Smartcan Wins Protolabs’ Cool Idea Award

    Digital manufacturing leader Protolabs (NYSE: PRLB) today announces that smart home company Rezzi has been selected as the latest Cool Idea Award winner for innovation in automated consumer electronics technology.

  4. Machine Learning At The Quantum Lab

    The electron spin of individual electrons in quantum dots could serve as the smallest information unit of a quantum computer. Scientists from the Universities of Oxford, Basel and Lancaster have developed an algorithm that can be used to measure quantum dots automatically.

  5. Researchers Report A New Way To Produce Curvy Electronics

    Contact lenses that can monitor your health as well as correct your eyesight aren’t science fiction, but an efficient manufacturing method – finding a way to produce the curved lenses with embedded electronics – has remained elusive.

  6. One Small Step For Electrons, One Giant Leap For Quantum Computers

    Quantum computing has the potential to revolutionize technology, medicine, and science by providing faster and more efficient processors, sensors, and communication devices.

  7. New Terahertz-Band Laser Offers Broad Tunability

    A UCLA-led research team has developed a laser that generates precise wavelengths of light across a large part of the terahertz light spectrum

  8. Princeton Announces Initiative To Propel Innovations In Quantum Science And Technology

    Princeton University has announced the creation of the Princeton Quantum Initiative to foster research and training across the spectrum from fundamental quantum science to its application in areas such as computing, sensing and communications.

  9. Quantum Sensing On A Chip

    MIT researchers have, for the first time, fabricated a diamond-based quantum sensor on a silicon chip. The advance could pave the way toward low-cost, scalable hardware for quantum computing, sensing, and communication.

  10. Converting Absorbed Photons Into Twice As Many Excitons: Successful High-Efficiency Energy Conversion With Organic Monolayer On Gold Nanocluster Surface

    A research group comprising Associate Professor Taku Hasobe and Assistant Professor Hayato Sakai of Faculty of Science and Technology in the Keio University, Toshiyuki Saegusa of Graduate School of Science and Technology in the Keio University (completed master's program in 2019), and Professor Yasuhiro Kobori and postdoctoral researcher Hiroki Nagashima of Molecular Photoscience Research Center in the Kobe University found that when light was exposed to the surface of a tetracene alkanethiol-modified gold nanocluster, which they developed themselves, twice as many excitons could be converted compared to the number of photons absorbed by the tetracene molecules.