The month’s top articles from the field of nanooptics, optoelectronics, metamaterials, optical devices, detectors & sensors, micro/nano resonators and more.
Jennifer Lewis and colleagues report a new process for creating mesoscale eutectic architectures, known as high operating temperature direct ink writing (HOT‐DIW).
An uniaxial press can assemble monodisperse silica spheres to photonic glasses that exhibit finely tunable Mie scattering.
Multispectral imaging with metasurface pixels using a multiscale fabrication approach.
Biosensors, metasurfaces, and a caterpillar robot is highlighted on the November covers of Advanced Optical Materials.
A study investigating the blue colouring of many tarantulas discovered that it arises due to multilayer interference, yet little or no iridescence...
The first synthesis and demonstration of multicolor bandgap fluorescent CQDs (MCBF-CQDs) is reported.
Researchers reveal “Quantum-Dot Wood”, transparent wood impregnated with luminescent semiconductor nanoparticles.
Jenoptik’s new laser cutting machine Votan ranks among the most precise systems in its class.
In a recent study published in Advanced Optical Materials, researchers make use of hydroxypropyl cellulose (HPC) to develop optical strain sensors.