A team of researchers have developed a new technique, which traps and controls light on the surface of graphene, through the use of laser lights. This new technique paves the way for a range of electronic devices to be developed.
A team of researchers have developed a new technique where waveguides on a chip can curve x-rays like a fiber-optic cable.
The new technique has one of the fastest heating rates that have ever been performed in a lab - it is also 100 times faster than many current, high power laser systems.
This development is a new feature in quantum computing and it paves the way for more secure communication and technology, according to the researchers from RMIT University in Australia.
Scientists have discovered a new confinement state for plasma that could lead to the future of fusion energy.
A new, onion-like nanoparticle could be huge for biomaging, solar energy harvesting and light-based security techniques. The new particle could be huge for future innovations.
The new liquid can dissolve unusually large amounts of gas, which are absorbed by the holes in the liquid. This new study paves way for more efficient and greener chemical processes, such as carbon capturing, according to the researchers from Queen's University Belfast in the UK.
Researchers have created a new forge-proof security system that uses quantum technology. The new development is revolutionizing security and it paves the way to the next generation of security that does not require passwords and is impossible to clone.
In a recent study, researchers unearthed new findings on the explosive nature of magnetic reconnection, which is changing how scientists examine this astrophysical process and is shedding new light on the mechanical properties behind solar flares and geomagnetic storms.
In a recent study, researchers were able to move small objects made from graphene 'paper' by using heat and light.
Researchers have created a new nanostructuring technology, which can control both heat and electricity simultaneously. This new study paves the way to potentially convert wasted heat to into electricity energy, according to researchers from Osaka University in Japan.
After Europe experienced a solar eclipse in March of this year, researchers in Germany are trying to determine whether or not the eclipse impacted photovoltaic systems, ultimately disrupting the electrical supply across the country.