An optical device uses light-based signals for computation and communication and is a vital step toward advanced neuromorphic computers.
A new study proposes a technique to print images on a special surface such that they can only be seen by authorized recipients.
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Study shows improvements to chemical sensing chip that aims to quickly and accurately identify drugs and other trace chemicals.
A new filter structure that expands and contracts as moisture levels change provides the first steps in create humidity-responsive smart windows.
A peek into the Advanced journal archives reveals some of the interesting and creative work published over the years that is still being cited today.
The iridescence of Nicobar pigeon plumage is put under the microscope.
A broadband visible-light-driven photocatalytic SERS platform with the CuO nanowires (NWs)/Cu2O hetero-nanostructures as the backbone.
This month’s top Advanced Optical Materials papers and covers.