A compact LED device with complete light control may someday replace lasers in various applications.
Surfaces bearing nanoscale patterns for manipulating UV light could be the next frontier in anti-counterfeiting technology and nanophotonic devices.
Efficient broadband antireflection coatings improve terahertz optics for applications in sensing and imaging
The use of a fabrication technique borrowed from the semiconductor industry brings metamaterial applications a step closer to reality
An array of perfect nanometer-scale spheres that can control the flow of visible light may find use in invisibility cloaks
Tiny spheres of silicon can control the magnetic side of light, paving the way to novel optical devices
A novel approach to designing artificial materials could enable magnetic devices with a wider range of properties than those now available
Hybrid designs could greatly enhance the resonant response of terahertz metamaterials