“Meta in Greek means beyond, so the term metamaterial means to create something that doesn't exist in nature.”
“In addition, the Princeton metamaterial is capable of negative refraction of light in the mid-infrared region, which is used in a wide range of sensing and communications applications.”
“SIMON: He and his colleagues have engineered a microscopic material that can bend light, the stuff called metamaterial is no bigger tan a speck of dust.”
“To get around conventional limitations, the researchers sculpted an array of sub-wavelength-wide grooves (dubbed a metamaterial) directly on the facet of quantum cascade lasers.”
“A metamaterial is a material that gains its properties from its structure rather than directly from its composition.”
“The light-bending material is made from a so-called metamaterial - an engineered, exotic substance with properties not seen in nature.”
“Rather, it is a "metamaterial": an intricately constructed array of tiny silver wires embedded in aluminium oxide, which does weird things to the light waves that hit it, bending them in odd ways and sending them in unnatural directions.”
“This was done with a new substance called a "metamaterial" which can bend electromagnetic radiation in ways once thought totally impossible.”
“A photo of the "metamaterial" cloak, released on October 19, 2006, which deflects microwave beams so they flow around a "hidden" object inside with little distortion, making it appear almost as if nothing were there at all.”
“The stuff called "metamaterial" is no bigger than a speck of dust.”
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