Physicists develop 3d metamaterial nanolens that achieves super-resolution imaging
Geplaatst op 19 januari 2010 - 06:26
(PhysOrg.com) -- A research team from Northeastern University has developed a new nanolens that can beat the diffraction limit to achieve so-called super-resolution imaging, better than can be achieved by current technology. The nanolens is made from arrays of nanowires also called as metamaterials - manufactured materials not found in nature - and has superior imaging capabilities compared to current imaging technologies
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Geplaatst op 20 januari 2010 - 13:57
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