Community News - Non-resonant hyperlens

Posted on May 26, 2015

A new metamaterial hyperlens, operating in the visible range and avoiding resonance-based limitations, has been reported in Scientific Reports. Hyperlenses offer the potential for sub-wavelength imaging, but have been difficult to realise in practice. The potential value of the new design, such as for early detection of cancer, has been discussed in the Engineer.


Posted by Agyeman on
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