Scientists just found a breakthrough new way of using lasers
Scientists have found a breakthrough technique to separate two liquids from each other using a laser. The research is something like taking the milk out of your tea after you've made it, say researchers – and just as difficult as that sounds. But scientists say the breakthrough will have far more advanced applications than making sure you get the tea round right. Eventually the breakthrough could help make a technique used in the production of computers, phones, drugs, paints, light bulbs and solar cells far easier, potentially making them much cheaper.