Solitons in optical microresonators are frequently used to generate frequency combs, which have found applications in sensing, telecommunication, and metrology. Now, scientists at EPFL have discovered a novel state of colliding solitons, which reveals interesting properties that can be used in both fundamental studies and practical applications.
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