Brief Reflections from a Plasma Mirror

Plasmas consisting of relativistic electrons are used to generate highly intense attosecond laser pulses

Self-Assembling for Efficient Perovskite Solar Cells

With this new method extremely low material consumption is achieved

Giant Modulation of Visible Light

Nanoantennas made of achiral gold half-rings produce scattering modulation

Nanolasers Light up Immune Cells

The new lasers in the form of tiny disks are much smaller than the nucleus of most cells

Terahertz Radiation in Liquids

Fundamental insights into the terahertz wave generation process in water

First Lens for Extreme-Ultraviolet Light

A jet of atoms provides novel opportunities for the imaging of biological samples

Waveguides Widen Light Beams

A highly efficient converter enlarges the diameter of a light beam by 400 times

Inkjet Printers Produce Cheap Waveguides

A micro-waveguide core is printed with titanium dioxide nanoparticles for a high refractive index

Controlling Light with AI

New photonic chip to prepare and manipulate patterns of femtosecond optical pulses

Ultramicroscopy of Transparent Flies

Cellular microscopy makes individual nerve cells, marked with fluorescent molecules, visible