Category: Research




A new breakthrough in quantum light sources could make hacking a thing of the past.

Physicists working in the new field of meta-optics have made a breakthrough in the generation of polarization-entangled photon pairs that could allow quantum key distribution, a highly secure form of [...]

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Breathtaking: the whistle that might save lives

TMOS Researchers are hopeful the new Ketowhistle could spare people living with diabetes from invasive tests and help them take control of their health. [...]

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The Good Fight: Advance in flexible photodetector could improve monitoring of greenhouse gases

There will soon be a new tool to fight global warming with the development of lightweight flexible light sensors that can simultaneously image across a wide spectral range, from the visible to the inf [...]

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Spinning into the future: New Photonic Dirac Waveguide changing the way data is transferred and manipulated

A fridge that can do your shopping for you and tell you when food has gone bad is a shiny, exciting not-to-far-away future. A less exciting element of the Internet of Things (IoT) is the amount of dat [...]

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From Dark Nights to Safe Highways: New Infrared technology delivering 360-degree vision on the road

Anyone whose rearview camera has saved them from a broken bumper knows the value of eyes in the back of your head. That’s why new cars come complete with rear-facing visible cameras, RADAR and near- [...]

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Protecting children and pets: Innovative metasurface prevents cars from overheating

Every year in Australia, more than 5000 children are rescued after being left unattended in a car. Not all of those children are saved before they succumb to death by heatstroke, with at least ten Aus [...]

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TMOS researchers paving the way towards flatter and more energy efficient flat screens

TMOS researchers have developed a proof-of-concept technology that could pave the way for next-generation displays to supersede LCDs and LEDs, enabling screens and electronic devices to become thinner [...]

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New nanowire sensors are the next step in the Internet of Things

A new miniscule nitrogen dioxide sensor could help protect the environment from vehicle pollutants that cause lung disease and acid rain. [...]

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Meta-Optics: The disruptive technology you didn’t see coming

Robots and autonomous cars will have eyes that see much more than the human eye is capable of, a review of the growing field of meta-optics has found. [...]

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