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A new method for creating metamaterials that bend light in unusual ways may bring practical applications closer.
A new solar laser could be instrumental in the quest to use magnesium as a source of energy.
A new silicon-based laser emits the short, high-frequency light pulses that are necessary for today’s telecommunications networks.
A genetically engineered microbial protein could mean better data storage.
A laser-based approach could make cochlear implants, which currently use electrical signals, more effective.
New high-contrast displays could provide more-realistic images.
A compact device that extends the range of colors from a laser could be used in portable explosive detectors.
A new way to grow various semiconductors on silicon could speed up electronics.
A new kind of tattoo ink could make removal a lot easier.
Adding noise to telecom lasers could potentially boost bandwidth.