July/August 2019

In a famous talk 60 years ago, Richard Feynman previewed the incredible promise of nanotechnology. [Photo: Getty Images]

Still Plenty of Room at the Bottom

Patricia Daukantas

Six decades after Richard Feynman speculated about the angstrom-sized world, new optoelectronic and photonic technologies have surpassed his casual conjectures.

The Birth of Attochemistry

The application of attosecond experimental and theoretical tools to chemistry, and in the future to biology, is opening new avenues of research.

From Student to Nobel Laureate

Donna Strickland reflects on the road to CPA—and on her own winding path from research to recognition.

Photonic Eyes on Earth

From the depths of the core to the fringes of the atmosphere, photonic technologies are driving new insights on Earth history, natural disasters and climate change.

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The Ins and Outs of Industry Collaboration

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