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Nanoparticle coating eliminates reflection from glass

Photograph of glass-encapsulated solar cells with (left) and without (right) nanopattern AR coating.

Martin van Hecke starts new research group on ‘Mechanical Metamaterials’

As of September 1, Martin van Hecke starts a new research group on Mechanical Metamaterials.

Pyramid nanoscale antennas beam light up and down

Researchers from FOM Institute AMOLF and Philips Research have designed and fabricated a new type of nanoscale antenna.

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