optics

Nanomaterial Gives Robots Chameleon Skin

by University of California - Riverside
Unlike other materials that try to emulate nature's color changers, this one can respond to any type of movement, like bending or twisting

Metasurface Opens World of Polarization

by Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
Device may have far-reaching applications in polarization imaging, quantum optics, and more

X-Ray Imaging of Atomic Nuclei

by Science China Press
To date, no methods of optical imaging can observe atomic nuclei, because it is extremely challenging to image such tiny entities surrounded by electrons