SMART findings allow a new way to control light emitting from materials.
“Programmable matter” technique could enable product designers to churn out prototypes with ease.
The findings pave the way to develop more efficient next-gen LEDs that cover the entire visible spectrum.
The design may enable miniature zoom lenses for drones, cellphones, or night-vision goggles.
The design, which uses entangled atoms, could help scientists detect dark matter and study gravity’s effect on time.
The findings may help researchers design “spintronic” devices and novel magnetic materials.
The single piece of glass produces crisp panoramic images.
“Light squeezer” reduces quantum noise in lasers, could enhance quantum computing and gravitational-wave detection.
A new method determines whether circuits are accurately executing complex operations that classical computers can’t tackle.