With this new technique, it should be possible to improve the process and store large bandwidths of data for prolonged times. Other potential applications include on-chip spectroscopy, broadband light harvesting and energy storage, and broadband optical camouflaging. “The reported breakthrough is completely fundamental – we’re giving researchers a new tool and the number of applications is limited only by one’s imagination,” said Tsakmakidis.
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