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While a range of ingenious man-made materials, called metamaterials, bring us ever closer to realising the possibility of cloaking objects from visible light, research from Imperial College London and the University of Salford is now taking invisibility into the fourth dimension - time - creating the groundbreaking potential to hide whole events.

Source Prof Allan Boardman
Author University of Salford Press Office


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