SELECTED PRESS COVERAGE
"Automatic Recharging, From a Distance," Anne Eisenberg, New York Times, March 11, (2012).
"New Way to Harness Solar Energy Mimics 'Greenhouse Effect'," Genalyn Corocoto, International Business Times AU, December, (2011).
"New Device To Convert Heat To Electricity In Development At MIT," RedOrbit, December, (2011).
"Power Unwired," Adam Higginbotham, Wired Magazine, November, (2010).
"Crystal is one-way street for microwaves," New Scientist, October 12, (2009).
"A road of no return: Team implements the first '1-way roads' for light" physorg.com, October 8, (2009).
"Microwaves live on the edge" physicsworld.com, October 9, (2009).
"Light travels a one-way road" Photonics.com, October 7, (2009).
"First 'One-Way Roads' For Light Could Lead To Simpler Lightwave Technology," ScienceDaily, October 9, (2009).
"25 Receive $500,000 'Genius' Fellowships," Patricia Cohen, New York Times, September 23rd (2008).
"Local scientists honored, boosted by 'genius' grants," Carolyn Johnson, Boston Globe, September 23rd (2008).
"TR10: Wireless Power," Jennifer Chu, Technology Review (special issue on The 10 Emerging Technologies of 2008), March/April (2008).
"First Step to Wireless Electricity," Jeffrey Winters, Discover Magazine (special issue on 100 Top Science Stories of 2007), January (2008).
"Wireless Energy," Clay Risen, New York Times (included into the special Year in Ideas issue), December 9th (2007).
"MIT Scientists Pave the Way For Wireless Battery Charging," William M. Bulkeley, Wall Street Journal, June 8th (2007).
"MIT powers a lightbulb without wires," USA Today, June 9th (2007).
"MIT team lights it up - without wires," Chris Reidy and Carolyn Johnson, Boston Globe, June 8th (2007).
"Power advance heralds future of gadgets that can be recharged wirelessly," Brian Bergstein, Associated Press, June 7th (2007).
"Wireless Energy Lights Bulb from Seven Feet Away," J.R. Minkel, Scientific American, June 7th (2007).
"Wireless energy promise powers up," Jonathan Fildes, news.bbc.co.uk (featured on the front page of BBC News), June 7th (2007).
Additional media coverage of our experimental work on Wireless Energy Transfer include: BBC Radio, The Times (UK), The Daily Telegraph (UK), The Daily Mail (UK), Popular Mechanics, NPR, Suddeutsche Zeitung (Germany), Le Monde (France), and >500 articles in leading newspapers and radio-reports in numerous countries around the world, including: Australia, Iran, China, Croatia, Greece, Spain, Canada, Nigeria, Brazil.
"Recharging, The Wireless Way," Angela Chang, abcnews.go.com, 22nd December (2006).
"In the future, will our TVs be wireless?" Athima Chansanchai, www.msnbc.msn.com, 14th December (2006).
"Physics promises wireless power," J. Fildes, news.bbc.co.uk (featured on the front page of BBC News), 15th November (2006).
"Cut the cables - Wireless power," The Economist, p. 85, 18th November (2006).
"Wireless Energy Transfer May Power Devices at a Distance," J.R.Minkel, scientificamerican.com, 14th November (2006).
"Man tries wirelessly boosting batteries," Seth Borenstein, Associated Press, 15th November (2006).
"Evanescent coupling' could power gadgets wirelessly," Celeste Biever, NewScientist.com, 15th November (2006).
"Outlets are out," Phil Berardelli, sciencenow.sciencemag.org (daily news of Science Magazine), 14th November (2006).
Additional media coverage of our theoretical work on Wireless Energy Transfer include: BBC Radio 4, BBC World Radio, Forbes, The Boston Globe, Chicago Tribune, Christian Science Monitor, The Herald (UK), PC World, USA Today, FOX news, CBS news, ABC local TV, Physics Today, and >300 articles in leading newspapers and radio-reports in numerous countries around the world, including: Germany, Australia, Iran, India, Croatia, Greece, Spain, France, Italy, UK, Poland, Canada, Netherlands, Tailand, Dominican Republic.
"Shock-produced coherent terahertz light,"
P. Schewe, Physics Today, p.9, March (2006).
"Shocking prediction for light source,"
C. Sealy, Materials Today 9, 19, March (2006).
"Shocked crystals may emit coherent T-Rays,"
Photonics Spectra, p.20, February (2006).
"Get laser-like beams from salt,"
P. Ball, Nature, January 18 (2006).
"Shock-produced coherent light,"
P. Schewe and B. Stein, Physics News Update 761, Jan. 11 (2006).
"First new coherent light source in 50 years disovered by LLNL, MIT researchers,"
Photonics, January 17 (2006).
"Shocks produce laser-like light,"
Technology Research News, December 12, (2005).
"A New Kind of Nanophotonic Waveguide," Phil Schewe,
Physics Today, p.9, October (2005).
"A New Kind of Nanophotonic Waveguide," Phil Schewe and Ben Stein,
Physics News Update, 740, August 5, (2005).
"Switch promises optical chips," E. Smalley,
Technology Research News, November 19/26, (2003).
"Optical alchemy," B. Kroener,
Wired Magazine, October (2003).
"Band on the run: Light meets shock fronts in virtual photonic crystals," S. Blau,
Physics Today, p.17, August (2003).
"Shocked photonic crystals tune light," D.S. Burgess,
Photonics Spectra, p.108, July (2003).
"A shocking transformation," G.P. Collins, Scientific American, p.22, July (2003).
"Light gets a useful shock," P. Ball, Nature, Vol.423, p.598 (2003).
"Alchemy with light," C. Choi, New Scientist, p.14, May 24, (2003).
"Changing light at will," Claire Bowles, The Washington Times, May 23, (2003).
"Shocking color effects," P.F. Schewe, B. Stein, J. Riordon,
Physics News Update, 634, April 23, (2003).
"Crystal Bash: Shocking changes to light's properties," P. Weiss,
Science News, Vol.163, p.276 (2003).