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Ultrafast phase-ordering on the atomic scale

In the experiments funded by the European Research Council, ultrashort electron pulses are scattered on solid bodies to …

Three-Dimensional Nanomagnets for the computer of tomorrow

By combining a very precise fabrication protocol with an tailor-made laser system, the authors have been able to demonst…

Alloys from the laser printer

Considering the oxide dispersoids, Kenel and his colleagues hypothesized that laser-based AM can be used successfully to…

New Scan Heads Deliver Increased Stability of Laser Beam Focus

The new FX version of both products expands their ability to deliver a stable and high-quality laser beam spot when used…

Quantum Computing with Molecules for a Quicker Search of Unsorted Databases

The scientists implemented Grover’s algorithm in a molecular magnet that was subjected to superposition with specially d…

UPCOMING EVENTS

UPCOMING EVENTS

Butterfly Wing Inspires Photovoltaics: Light Absorption Can Be Enhanced by Up to 200 Percent

Prior to transferring the nanostructures to solar cells, the researchers determined the diameter and arrangement of the nanoholes on the wing of the butterfly by means of scanning electron microscopy. Then, they analyzed the rates of light absorption for various

Nanostructures of the wing of Pachliopta aristolochiae can be transferred to solar cells and enhance their absorption rates by up to 200 percent