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Scientists have fashioned a way to eliminate the problem of splitting light from quantum dot lasers: by simply coupling two together.

A team from the University of Utah, Georgia Institute of Technology, Hongik University in South Korea, and the Air Force Research Laboratory banded together to find a way to find a way to correct the defect in quantum dots. Their work, if successful, can one day enable microchips that code information using light instead of electrons.

A paper on the effort was published in the journal Nature Communications.

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Category: Science