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Plasmons excite hot carriers

Research could help enhance solar-energy conversion in photovoltaic devices

Deborah Jin bags Isaac Newton Medal

JILA physicist honoured for pioneering work on ultracold atoms

Laser shines a new light on isotope separation

Energy-efficient technique could be adapted for medical use

Is D-Wave's quantum computer actually a quantum computer?

Processor is no better than conventional computer on benchmark test

Electrons' magnetic interactions isolated at long last

Quantum-information method helps make exquisite measurement

Entangled clocks could provide accurate world time standard

Network could join the search for new physics

New invisibility cloak works for diffuse light

Breakthrough could lead to burglar-proof glass for your bathroom window

Lasers ignite 'supernovae' in the lab

Experiment studies effects of turbulence on powerful magnetic fields

Plans unveiled for world's first X-ray frequency comb

Device could put fundamental physics to the test

Physicists lock in on proton's magnetic moment

New result 760 times more precise than previous measurement

Phosphorene sees the light

Phosphorus allotrope is the new 2D material of choice

105-bit optical memory built on a chip

Nanophotonic device could be used for optical logic operations of the future

Structural supercapacitors take a load on

Device could allow house walls to store energy

A quantum accelerometer is being built for navy submarines

Atomic interference will guide vessels without GPS

Tiny gold bars focus light into graphene

Creation and control of surface plasmon polaritons could boost opto-electronics