Optical materials news, November 2021

Assessing how biowaste can be used in optical applications

Using waste biomass as an environmentally friendly alternative

core-shell polymer nanoparticles triggered by near infrared (NIR) light combine photodynamic and immuno-therapy to treat tumors

Researchers have developed a novel biohybrid photocatalyst comprising a light-harvesting protein and a metal-containing catalyst.

When applied to the surface of a glass lens, a new silicon coating can prevent the red and blue wavelengths in ultrashort laser pulses from separating.

Researchers have shown that placing the 2D material tungsten diselenide between 'mirrors' can cause it to emit laser-like light at room temperature.

An exploration of the amazing world of surface science.

Researchers have developed a novel clean technique for doping graphene via a charge-transfer layer made of low-impurity tungsten oxyselenide.

Researchers have found a way to create and stabilize so-called 'blue phase liquid crystals', which can be switched on and off incredibly quickly.

Researchers have developed a printable, flexible LED by embedding inorganic perovskite crystals in an organic, polymer matrix.

Researchers have shown that the 2D material black phosphorus can control the polarization of light more precisely than ever before.

Using X-ray light and laser light, a new analytical instrument can probe a perovskite’s crystal structure and optical properties as it is synthesized.

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