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Optical materials news, October 2016

A light-activated semiconductor nanocomposite material could find uses ranging from microscopic grippers to more efficient solar cells.

Researchers have developed a biocompatible and highly stretchable optical fiber made from hydrogel for use as a flexible implant.

The latest members of the journal family, publishing full length original research articles, short communications and reviews.

A sensor that uses Raman spectroscopy to detect glucose levels.

Review of single- or multi-layer transition metal oxides.

Researchers have used the shape of cicada wings as a template to create antireflective structures made from titanium dioxide.

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For the first time, scientists have created a perovskite quantum dot and shown that it can form the basis for an efficient solar cell.

Using a plasmomechanical metamaterial, scientists have developed a device that can oscillate indefinitely when illuminated with light.

Scientists have developed a solvent system with reduced toxicity that can be used in the manufacture of perovskite solar cells.

Scientists have come up with a way to position gold nanoparticles on a surface with a precision of 1nm.

introducing a wave into GaAs nanoribbons allows manipulation of the band gap

The Editors now welcome comprehensive articles and short communications reporting breakthrough discoveries and major technical achievements.

Read about Kytai Nguyen- the 2016 Embracing Challenge Award winner.

Observing atomic interactions could improve superconductors

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