NewsScientists slow and steer light with resonant
nanoantennas

18th August 2020by admin0
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Light is notoriously fast. Its speed is crucial for
rapid information exchange, but as light zips through materials,
its chances of interacting and exciting atoms and molecules can
become very small. If scientists can put the brakes on light
particles, or photons, it would open the door to a host of new
technology applications.

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