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Solid-State Physics: The Biometric of Quantum Effects

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In solid-state physics, the precise interactions of electrons are analyzed through meticulous detective work, ultimately to gain a better understanding of fundamental physical phenomena. It...
Quantum Leap

Quantum Leap: A New Way To Create a Hologram

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Once, Holograms were just a scientific curiosity. But thanks to the rapid development of lasers, they have gradually moved center stage, appearing on the...
Nuclear Quantum Bits

Light Detects Quantum Information Stored in 100,000 Nuclear Quantum Bits

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Researchers have found a way to use light and a single electron to communicate with a cloud of Quantum Bits and sense their behavior,...
Wafer-scale production of graphene-based photonic devices

Wafer-scale production of Graphene-based Photonic Devices

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The world has come closer than ever, and yet, we rely on classic communication devices that have limitations regarding size and cost and, especially,...
Photodetector Receiver μModule

New High-Performance ADA4355 Photodetector Receiver μModule

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Mouser is now stocking the new ADA4355 photodetector receiver μModule® from Analog Devices, Inc. Housed in an ultra-small package that saves board space by up...
embedded IoT solutions

Unveiling new range of embedded IoT solutions for rapid prototyping

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Due to the fragmented nature of the Internet of Things (IoT) marketplace, increasing project complexity and costs, today’s developers face more challenges in design...
biometrics-photonics

Can Photonic Anthropometrics secure Digital Trust?

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Amid concerns that European citizens and nations are increasingly losing sovereignty over their identity to mega US-based internet corporations like Facebook, Google and Amazon,...
Spectroscopy-detection

Chemical and gas detection made easier with new tiny Photoacoustic-Spectroscopy system

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Leti, an institute of CEA-Tech, has developed a photoacoustic spectroscopy technology for monitoring dangerous chemical emissions and traces of gas that could reduce the...