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27th February 2024
Positronium laser cooling

At CERN, the AEgIS (Antimatter Experiment: gravity, Interferometry, Spectroscopy) collaboration, with contributions from Prof. Giovanni Consolati of the Department of Aerospace Science and Technology at Politecnico di Milano, successfully demonstrated positronium (Ps) laser cooling for the first time.

2nd September 2022
A new chapter for nonlinear optics

A new bidimensional semiconductor shows the highest nonlinear optical efficiency over nanometer thicknesses.

7th March 2017
Artificial photosynthesis could improve solar fuels

EU-funded materials scientists, chemical engineers and chemists developed a prototype device that converts solar energy into hydrogen with close to 10% efficiency at room temperature. Solar energy is available everywhere and is often abundant, even in densely populated areas as well as Northern Europe. There is enough solar energy to allow a shift from fossil fuels despite the current modest conversion efficiencies of solar energy to electri...

21st December 2015
Control machines with a simple movement of a hand

To control machines remotely by the simple movement of a hand. It will be possible in a natural and economical way thanks to Goldfinger, an innovative prototype of human-machine interface designed and built in collaboration between the Politecnico di Torino and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Boston under the direction of Dr. Giorgio De Pasquale from the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering of the Italian University.

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