New self-cleaning surfaces created by A*STAR researchers take inspiration from cicada wings to attract and destroy microbes without harsh chemicals.
A*STAR scientists developed self-sanitizing surfaces capable of eliminating microbes effectively within mere minutes.
A*STAR scientists are developing the next generation of self-sanitizing surfaces by mimicking nanostructures on cicada wings.
Compact nanochain waveguides that can efficiently transmit infrared light and even slow light down to a fraction of its usual speed could take photonics mainstream.
A*STAR researchers have developed a compact on-chip laser using a nanoantenna chain as an optical resonator.
A*STAR researchers have built a miniaturized nanoemitter laser that works at room temperature, opening a path to a wide array of future applications.
A new technique for harnessing surface plasmon resonance may allow brilliant colors to be captured more easily and cheaply.
A nanoparticle chain that resonates with light is opening up new possibilities in nanophotonics and optoelectronics.
A*STAR scientists are paving the way for miniaturized UV spectral filters made from hybrid silicon and aluminum nanostructures.
Nanofabricated metallic structure arrays produce a kaleidoscope of bright colors.
An ultracompact laser has been made using nanoscale semiconductor columns