Researchers create light waves that can penetrate even opaque materials

There may now be a more efficient way to examine the interior of opaque objects using light waves. These tailor-made light beams can be used to penetrate even largely undisturbed objects and disordered mediums, such as sugar. The method of using “scattering-invariant modes of light” presents countless possibilities to different industries; from imaging procedures in hospitals to examining cells in biological experiments. Read full article here


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