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Alexia Ciarfella, a junior working with Richard Ludescher in his lab, pipetting an Allura Red stock solutionPhoto by Jeff HeckmanRutgers University
Sub-mW All-Digital PLL presented by Rohm and Imec
  • Germanium-tin laser promises faster chips
  • Assistant Professor Shawn Putnam of UCFs College of EngineeringComputer Science

    Faraday Rotation Spectroscopy for Speedy Medical Testing

    Researchers at the University of Central Florida (UCF) in the US are combining nanoscience with the principle of Faraday rotation, a magnetic phenomenon discovered in 1845, in a new method for speedy medical tests.  The team applied the...
  • Amorphous silicon waveguide cross section The thickness of the SiO2 layer is 17 956m
  • Near-Infrared-to-Visible Selective Thermal Emitters
  • First author of the paper, Bienvenu Ndagano, School of Physics, University of the Witwatersrand

    Real-time Error Correction in Quantum Communications

    Physicists at the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, South Africa, have shown that real-time error correction in quantum communications is possible. The work indicates that sometimes nature cannot tell the difference between the...
  • Transmitter Co-Integrates Laser and Silicon Modulator on SOI Wafer
  • Largest Gain With Optical Amplifier on CMOS Chip at Telecommunications Wavelength

    Tiny Optical Amplifier Fits on a Chip

    Photonics researchers at the Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD) have created a high-gain optical amplifier tiny enough to fit on a chip.  Used in an optical transceiver or fiberoptic network, for instance, this...

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