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A clever twist

It has now been shown that twisting the orientation of layers in a metamaterial provides a new way of tailoring their electromagnetic properties. Nature Photonics spoke to Harald Giessen and Na Liu from the University of Stuttgart about the idea.

Giessen and co-workers have a paper on the topic of stereometamaterials on page 157 of this issue.

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Graydon, O. A clever twist. Nature Photon 3, 176 (2009). https://doi.org/10.1038/nphoton.2009.19

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