A useful guide for beginners in the field and a helpful reference for CV-QKD experimentalists who want to deepen their theoretical understanding of their setup.
Cryptographic Scheme for Safer Information Travel
A combined quantum key distribution and compressing sensing protocol that improves information transmission bandwidth paves the way to real-time information evaluation and communication security.
Hall of Fame Highlight: Xun Wang
Prof. Xun Wang reflects on a moment of inspiration, his current research on sub-nanomaterials, and other research inspiring him today.
Exploiting Unique Opportunities to Interact with Infrared Light
New nitride semiconductors to expand the material toolset for infrared sensing devices.
Nano-Patched Strengthened Graphene for Soft Electronics
A new method to improve the mechanical durability of graphene films based on the introduction of chemically-attachable nanometer-thick organic patches onto a graphene surface is reported.
New Directions in Hydrogen Production
Novel heterojunction material for efficient water splitting and hydrogen production operating in a broad range of pH conditions.
New Pathways toward Highly Efficient Red LEDs
Highly efficient and spectrally stable red perovskite LEDs developed by researchers at Florida State University.
Unveiling the Structure of Organometal Halide Perovskites
Researchers from the University of Tokyo shed light on the formation of the crystallographic structure of organometal halide perovskites.
A simple, robust, and versatile way of molding all-liquid objects with potential applications in materials and life sciences.
Rewritable Paper from Functional Materials and Systems
Researchers from INST present various functional materials that have recently emerged as candidates for rewritable paper.