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Ti:sapphire laser-on-chip could open up quantum neuroscience applications

Stanford laser onchip

The new laser leans against a block of titanium-sapphire. For scale, both sit atop a quarter. (Image: Yang et al., Nature)

The new chip Ti:sapphire lasers could be used in real-world adoptions – such as quantum optics, spectroscopy, and neuroscience – which until has not been possible due to cost and size constraints

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