December 2020/January 2021

A rendering of the experimental setup used. Light is reflected down to the nanostructure of molybdenum disulfide (yellow and teal lattice) and PZT (blue and green). Wavelengths reflecting from the surface are captured by the top detector as transmitted wavelengths pass through the PZT to the bottom detector. (Image: Hong et al.)

Smaller, more versatile optical filters on the horizon

Researchers could spur the development of smaller, more versatile optical filters that are especially adept at playing a trick of the light

Ready to recruit remotely?

Filling technical positions is difficult any time, but the pandemic poses further challenges. Jessica Rowbury reports on a panel discussion where experts gave tips to organisations recruiting during this period

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