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Michael Lewis's bestselling book "Flash Boys" describes how some brokers, engaging in high frequency trading, exploit fast telecommunications to gain fraction-of-a-second advantage in the buying and selling of stocks.
Broadband transformational optics lens, described in Applied Physics Letters, may lead to antenna dishes that are flat or conform to any surface
Michael Marcus, Principal scientist at Rochester-based Lumetrics Inc, presents latest findings on precise refractive index measurements of lenses and other optical components at the 2013 OptiFab
Researchers have discovered the mechanism responsible for the dramatic color changes in underwater creatures such as the squid and the octopus.
Advances in refractometer technology have made urine test strips for sports hydration testing obsolete.
NSG Precision Cells with the assistance of Atago now can offer customers a brix refractometer for almost every situation imaginable.
In a vacuum, light moves extraordinarily fast. Fast enough to circle the Earth seven times before you can literally blink your eye. When light travels through matter, however, it slows down by just less than a factor of five.
The world’s smallest three-dimensional optical cavities with the potential to generate the world’s most intense nanolaser beams have been created by a scientific team led by researchers with the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE)’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) and the University of California (UC) Berkeley.
Researchers have shown how arrays of tiny "plasmonic nanoantennas" are able to precisely manipulate light in new ways that could make possible a range of optical innovations such as more powerful microscopes, telecommunications and computers.