The technique would be used to create metamaterials, meaning materials that don’t exist in nature. But nature itself still contains all kinds of stuff made from particles that can control their optic qualities. Cloaking might be possible.
The researchers outfitted the microcavity with a semiconductor made from two chemical elements, one that is metallic and one that is not. This particular semiconductor was about the width of an atom, which is more than a million times smaller than a human hair.
potassium droplets might turn out to much better model quantum liquids for future experiments than helium.
A research paper claims experimentally confirmed reaction gains one billion times higher than the classical values, placing it far ahead any DT fusion approaches. Lasers are being demonstrated as more and more important in scientific research and in the access to new processes.
n research described in the journal Nature Photonics, the Turkey-based researchers have developed a 3D laser fabrication technique that deliberately creates the conditions for exploiting these interactions, known as nonlinear feedback mechanisms.
3D image showing a section from a live mouse brain with markings from green fluorescent proteins. This shows the neural networks within the mouse brain.