Duke University researchers have constructed the world's first metal-free, dynamically tunable metamaterial for electromagnetic wave control.
Scientists at Duke University are exploring the vast possibilities offered by the field of metamaterials.
Scientists are hard at work creating a new type of powerful metamaterial.
A new type of metamaterial promises to be super-light and incredibly strong.
A new type of metamaterial could lead the way to faster and more efficient computers.
Photonic doping is the new, simpler method of creating metamaterials -- and it's just the beginning of some amazing new scientific concepts.
Find out what the metal-free metamaterials are getting scientists excited, and spell big changes for a lot of technology.
Beam-steering technologies have come a long way, and a new innovation (and metamaterial) is taking them further than ever before.
A new glowing metamaterial could help create thermophotovoltaic (TPV) cells that harvest heat in the dark and turn it into electricity. Scientists have predicted that these cells could be more than twice as eff... Read More...
Metamaterial-enabled antenna created by Penn State engineers Penn State engineers have used a tunable, lightweight metamaterial to build an antenna system that could improve satellite communications. Previo... Read More...