Nature Photonics

How do surrounding atoms tune the energy of a single electron?

Quantum dance to the beat of a drum.

New ‘unhackable’ chip enables AI computing at speed of light

The chip can accelerate the processing speed of computers and reduce their energy consumption.

Quantum entanglement and topology are inextricably linked

Preservation of quantum information.

Non-toxic quantum dots for new high-performance image sensors

A new method for synthesizing functional high-quality non-toxic colloidal quantum dots.

Purdue’s computer vision device mimics the human retina

The device is geared to sense change, making it more efficient than digital camera systems.

First daily current measurements of changes in the Earth’s rotation

Scientists improve measurement of the earth's rotation.

Quantum entanglement of photons captured in real-time

Visualizing the mysterious dance.

A simple inkjet printer can fabricate stretchable LED

A pen stroke can turn perovskite into a light emitter and detector.

Lights could be the future of the Internet and data transmission

Fast data transmissions could be delivered in homes and offices through light-emitting diodes (LEDs).

A formula that predicts the effects of environmental noise on quantum information

An advancement crucial for designing and building quantum computers capable of working in an imperfect world.

Boosting the color brilliance of OLEDs through a fundamental physical concept

New research has shown that a strong coupling of light and material increases the color brilliance of OLED displays.

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