Laser Pulses Create Topological State in Graphene

New approach to control the topological aspects of quantum materials

Nanowires Replace Newton’s Glass Prism

An ultraminiaturized device could image single cells without the need for a microscope

Graphene for Super-Resolution Microscopy

New method measures extremely small distances in the order of 1 ångström with high accuracy and reproducibility

Novel Form of Graphene-Based Metamaterial

New material opens new avenues in thermophotovoltaics, photodetectors and many other optical applications

Optical Signatures of 2D Materials

Theoretical methods to compute the maximum optical properties of 2D materials

Lasers Write Better Anodes

Laser-scribed disordered graphene significantly improves sodium-ion battery capacity

Squeezing Light into Nanoscale Devices

Nanolight travels along the surface of graphene for many tens of microns without scattering

Graphene-Based Light Detector

Graphene can detect light of almost any colour and gives an extremely fast electronic response

Squeezing Light to One Atom

New kind of graphene-heterostructures provides a powerful and versatile platform for nanophotonics

Metalenses With Tunable Features

New devices, made of graphene and a punctured gold surface, could be used for amplitude tunable lenses