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September 9th, 2011

Other materials stories that may be of interest

Published on September 9th, 2011 | By: pwray@ceramics.org

Investigators at Harvard’s School of Engineering and Applied Sciences have created strange optical effects, including corkscrew-like vortex beams, by reflecting light off a flat, nanostructured surface. Credit: Nanfang Yu, SEAS.

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