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6.3-nm Chalcogenide Lens Could Enable Flexible Displays, Miniaturization

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CANBERRA, Australia, March 17, 2016 — A 6.3-nm-thick metamaterial lens comprising 50-nm-thick gold nanobar arrays may be an ideal candidate for flexible displays and miniature cameras, among other applications. The discovery hinged on the remarkable potential of molybdenum disulphide crystals. Yuerui Lu (left) and Jiong Yang with their 6.3-nm-thick lens. Courtesy of Stuart Hay/ANU. "This type of material is the perfect candidate for future flexible displays," said Yuerui Lu, leader of Nano-Electro-Mechanical System Laboratory in the Australian National University (ANU) Research School of Engineering. "We will also be able to...Read full article

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