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Minimally invasive archaeology with wedge cameras

Acquiring images of archaeological artifacts is essential for studying and preserving cultural heritage. In tight environments, however, traditional acquisition techniques may fail or be too invasive. Researchers from INRIA Bordeaux - Sud-Ouest, the Laboratoire Photonique, Numérique et Nanosciences and the University of…
LABNAUT
16th May 2019
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Disorder traps sound and light

Physicists at C2N have put forward a new way to confine light and sound waves in the same location using an approximately periodic nanoscale stack of two materials. They not only show that light and sound can be co-localized, but also that…
LABNAUT
15th May 2019
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New light on dark excitons

Lead halide perovskites are a new class of materials that might find use in a number of optoelectronics applications, including solar cells, lighting and displays. Their optical properties of these nanocrystalline materials are similar in some ways to those of chalcogenide…
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14th May 2019