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Team Taps Chalcogenide For Flexible Devices

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A method for making photonic devices that can bend and stretch without damage could find uses in cables to connect computer devices, or in diagnostic and monitoring systems that could be attached to the skin. A new material produced by Juejun Hu and his team can be repeatedly stretched without losing its optical properties. Courtesy of MIT. A research team from MIT, the University of Texas, Xiamen University and Chongqing University in China, Universite Paris-Sud in France, the University of Southampton in the UK, and the University of Central Florida used a specialized kind of glass...Read full article

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