Optical materials news, July 2023

Halide perovskite nanocrystals grown on-site with precise control over location

Researchers have developed a method for processing cholesteric liquid crystals into micrometer-sized spherical particles.

A novel titanium oxide nanofilament can not only harness sunlight to produce hydrogen by splitting water but can do so for months at a time.

Researchers have created a cloak made of silica and aluminum that can cool an electric vehicle when it's hot and warm it when it's cold.

A new technique allows individual halide perovskite nanocrystals to be grown exactly where they are needed on a surface.

Researchers have developed capillary-controlled robotic flapping fins to create switchable optical and infrared light multipixel displays.

Researchers have developed a multifunctional composite polymer coating with both radiative and non-radiative cooling capacity.

Researchers used rotating magnets to induce magnetic nanoparticles to form chiral structures and then transferred this chirality to other materials.

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