Making Quantum Dots Brighter

First atomic-scale observations of how nanocrystals lose their light-producing efficiency

Twistoptics to Control Optical Nonlinearity

First technique to exploit the tunable symmetry of 2D materials for nonlinear optical applications

Ultrabright Dots See Beyond Skin Deep

New polymer dots can produce low-noise images with single-molecule sensitivity

A Sharper Look at Semiconductors

Extreme ultraviolet coherence tomography unveils the interior of materials with nanometer precision

Switching Nanolight On and Off

A new way to program light with layered crystals on an ultra-small scale

Computer Chip With Integrated LED

New approach could cut production costs and reduce the size of microelectronics for sensing and communication

Blue-Light Stride in Perovskite-Based LEDs

High energy efficiency of up to 11 % for the blue perovskite-based LEDs achieved

A New Efficient, Pure-Blue OLED

Novel approach shows promise for overcoming the bottleneck of blue emission in displays using organic light-emitting diodes

New LED Emits Warm and Cool White Light

Sophisticated design for LEDs include both blue-light emitting quantum wells and red quantum wells

Light in Ballistic Resonance

Hyperbolic metamaterials are a potential path to enhanced imaging and smaller supercomputers