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Researchers have demonstrated a new mechanism for converting both sunlight and heat into electricity.
Silicon chips with optical technology allow a new form of superfast data connection.
The repulsive side of an optical force could lead to ultra-fast telecommunications.
Silicon chips and lasers could pick out and count cells on microfluidic devices.
A new light detector means all three core components of telecom networks can now be built in silicon.
An energy-efficient silicon device compresses light to make ultrafast signals.
A silicon nanobeam uses optical force to do mechanical work in an integrated circuit.
IBM research could bring the speed of fiber-optic networks to the chips inside personal computers.
Researchers at Intel have announced the world’s fastest silicon modulator–an advance that could cut bandwidth costs and make computers run faster and cooler.
Researchers learn how to make lasers directly on microchips—the result could be computers that download large files much more quickly.