Category: Research




Bright idea: new LEDs can detect off food and lethal gases

Researchers from TMOS have developed a device that is essentially a tuneable LED and photodetector  that could identify a suite of gases, potentially including lethal ones, improving the safety of fi [...]

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Reimagining medical diagnostics in developing countries: meta-optics offers a new way to look inside cells

Traditional pathways to ‘see’ cells, their internal structures and the interaction between different organelles, involve staining the cells with special dyes and using phase contrast imaging. Thes [...]

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Let there be light! New tech to revolutionize night vision

Researchers from The Australian National University (ANU) have developed new technology that allows people to see clearly in the dark, revolutionising night-vision. [...]

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Light People: Professor Chennupati Jagadish

Biography: Prof. Jagadish is a Distinguished Professor of the Australian National University. He is serving as Editor-in-Chief (EIC) of Applied Physics Reviews and also served as EIC of Progress in Q [...]

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The biggest research influencers of 2020

Every year Clarivate Web of ScienceTM announces its list of highly cited researchers, selected from all published researchers during the ten-year period January 2009 to December 2019. [...]

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Harnessing light and sound with metamaterials to advance technology and address grand societal challenges

Dr Andrea Alù is a Partner Investigator in TMOS and is based at the City University of New York, USA, where he is the Founding Director of its Advanced Science Research Center. He is also Einstein P [...]

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Single-photon emitters: a breakthrough discovery

PhD student, Noah Mendelson, was part of the team that discovered that carbon was the source of photons in ‘white graphene’ – a two-dimensional material that holds promise for use in emerging qu [...]

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Single-photon emitters: a breakthrough discovery

PhD student, Noah Mendelson, was part of the team that discovered that carbon was the source of photons in ‘white graphene’ – a two-dimensional material that holds promise for use in emerging qu [...]

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Building technology by building confidence

A professor working on futuristic technology, with a string of prestigious fellowships behind her, it’s surprising to discover Lan Fu didn’t feel she had the talent to be a scientist. “I never [...]

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Study puts spin into quantum technologies

A team of international scientists investigating how to control the spin of atom-like impurities in 2D materials have observed the dependence of the atom’s energy on an external magnetic field for t [...]

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