31 Mar 2020
If you see people walking down a street and coming to a junction, it’s difficult to predict which direction they might take. But, if you see people sitting in separate boats, floating down a stream,...
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31 Mar 2020
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27 Mar 2020
Our body’s ability to detect disease, foreign material, and the location of food sources and toxins is all determined by a cocktail of chemicals that surround our cells, as well as our cells’ ability...
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26 Mar 2020
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23 Mar 2020
Since its discovery in 2014, phosphorene – a sheet of phosphorus atoms only a single atom thick – has intrigued scientists, due to its unique optoelectronic anisotropy. In other words, electrons...
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23 Mar 2020
Researchers from the Femtosecond Spectroscopy Unit, Vivek Pareek (left) and Dr. Julian Madéo (right) in the laser lab.
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23 Mar 2020
At low exciton density, interactions only occur in 1D, along the favorable direction. At high exciton density, interactions occur in 2D, along both directions.
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23 Mar 2020
For exciton-exciton annihilation to occur, two excitons must interact with each other. These interactions are well-characterized for 1D and 2D systems. In a 1D system, we can think of exciton...
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19 Mar 2020
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