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  Svetlana V. Boriskina, PhD

 

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  Mechanical Engineering Department

Massachusetts Institute of Technology


 




 




















 

 

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Last updated: 12 July 2017

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Energy generation from heat with a solar cell built backwards - Opli Magazine

Energy generation from heat with a solar cell built backwards - Nanowek Spotlight


How next-generation fabrics will keep you cool in summer heat - MIT Technology Review

Material witness: could polythene clothes be cool? - Nature Materials News & Views

Одежда, которая охлаждает - Gazeta.ru

This new plastic fabric could make clothes that keep you cool - Washington Post

Is plastic the secret to clothes that will keep you cool? - Smithonian Blog


MIT scientists invent solar-powered sponge that can boil water - Fox News

Sponge creates steam using ambient sunlight - MIT News

Solar still made of bubble wrap could purify water for the poor - Science

Bubble-wrapped sponge creates steam using sunlight - EurekaAlert!

Sponge creates steam using ambient sunlight - Phys.org

Bubble wrap: the key to a new floating solar thermal system - IEEE Spectrum

Novel sponge creates steam using ambient sunlight - The Financial Express

Low-cost solar device converts sunlight to steam in dusty environment - Science Daily


Prism party: MIT winter course "Making impressions with light" - OPN Image of the Week


Controlling light & heat on the nanoscale with hybrid optical-thermal antennas - Nanowerk


Enhanced photovoltaic absorption with an external cavity - IOP Science LabTalk


Taming the blackbody with thermal wells - Nanowerk


Increasing solar cell efficiency by 'heating up' 'cold' photons - Nanowerk

Increasing solar cell efficiency by 'heating up' 'cold' photons - Energy Harvesting Journal


Scientists harness optical tornadoes on a nanochip for sensing and energy  - Nanowerk

Nano-tornadoes help overcome the limitations of nanoplasmonics  - Nanowerk

Scientists harness optical tornadoes - R&D Magazine

Scientists harness optical tornadoes - Energy Harvesting Journal


Nanoparticle-based protein detection / Optoplasmonic superlenses - Nanotimes

Photonic-plasmonic microcavity for ultrasensitive protein detection - Phys.org

Photonic-plasmonic microcavity for ultrasensitive protein detection - Nanowerk

Photonic-plasmonic microcavity detects proteins at low concentrations - AZO Optics

Photonic-plasmonic microcavity for ultrasensitive protein detection - Bionity.com


Photonic−plasmonic devices created by templated self-assembly - J. Phys. Chem. Lett. Editorial

New class of optoplasmonic materials - Nanotimes


Nanostructures: Aperiodic arrays - Nature Photonics News & Views