Excitons pave the way to more efficient electronics

They have found a way to control some of the properties of excitons and change the polarization of the light they genera…

Next generation photonic memory devices are ‘light-written’, ultrafast and energy efficient

Ultra-short light pulses allows data to be directly written in a magnetic memory in a fast and highly energy-efficient w…

A step closer to a data superhighway for future internet

The team designed an innovative system of detectors along the quantum circuits to monitor light particles without losing…

Programming light on a chip

Researchers have developed a new integrated photonics platform that can store light and electrically control its frequen…

USTC Scientists Achieve Multifunctional Solid State Quantum Memory

The team further demonstrates that the device can perform arbitrary pulse operations within time and frequency DOF. Repr…



New Class of Solar Cells, Using Lead-free Perovskite Materials

A recent study, led by Professor Tae-Hyuk Kwon in the School of Natural Science at UNIST has taken a major step toward the development of a new generation of solar cells, using lead-free perovskites. With its promising electronic properties, the new perovskite material has been demonstrated to function as a charge regenerator with

Pb free perovskite film

Caltech Startup Aims to Make Solar Panels More Efficient

Technology from the Atwater Lab makes metal contacts for solar cells effectively transparent