Scientists from Rutgers University have discovered a new method for controlling light, using crystal semiconductors.
The Naval Research Laboratory has discovered a surprising new link between valley polarization and sample quality.
A group of researchers from the University of Cambridge have built an energy efficient, miniature, electro-optical switch for semiconductor microchips. Using a form of liquid light and an external electrical field, the team has created a semiconductor switch that can convert electrical signals to optical signals.
While developing a less expensive way to create supercapacitors for renewable energy storage, South Dakota State University Associate Professor Qi Hua Fan developed a new plasma technology that improves produ... Read More...
MIT researchers have developed a new material that is two-dimensional to create devices that have the ability to harness or emit light. The material, called tungsten diselenide (WSe2), could produce ultrathin, lightweight and flexible optoelectronic devices.