Controlled Coupling of Light and Matter

Strong coupling and the resultant mixing of light and matter states is an important asset for future quantum technologies

Smartphone Takes Microscopic Images

Deep learning improves the resolution and color details of smartphone images

Improving Kesterite Solar Cells

Germanium promises better optoelectronic properties than tin

Mimicking the Structural Color of Insects

Photonic crystals and plasmonic structures made of a cellulose derivative

High Impact of Ultrafast Physics

The use of light to direct electron flows may lead to a new era of optoelectronics

PICs With Lower Bend Loss

New method in writing of three-dimensional optical waveguides with femtosecond laser pulses

Nanodevice Amplifies Tiny Signals

An electrically tunable plasmomechanical system mediates optical, thermal, and mechanical interactions

Nanoresonators Enhance Light-Molecule Interactions

First time use of phonon-polariton-resonant h-BN ribbons for infrared spectroscopy

New Camera Inspired by Butterfly Eyes

Compact and affordable system helps surgeons see cancer cells

Twisting Laser Light Probes Chirality

A new method to sensitively measure the structure of molecules