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Reversing the direction of a quantum force could prevent nano devices from sticking together–and even make them levitate.
Digital-cinema technology improves the stereoscopic effect.
An early-stage company aims to commercialize new optical materials for denser data storage and better cancer treatments.
The device could one day let superfast quantum computers talk to each other.
A nanoscale version of a TV antenna directs light.
Embedding microlenses in thin films could bring 3-D movies and games to mobile devices.
Surface-plasmon lasers could enable a new generation of computers based on nanophotonics.
Easily made nanolenses can perform superhigh-resolution lithography and imaging.
A microfluidic chip that integrates a light sensor detects blood proteins.
A new, high-resolution imaging system captures “early” photons.