Abstract

Towards the sustainable development, optoelectronic devices with biodegradability and biocompatibility have been a desirable but challenging issue for years. In this study, an all-biomaterial random laser device based on all-marine elements has been demonstrated. The chlorophyll is derived from marine diatoms, which are ubiquitous in the ocean and set up an abundant source for the device. On the other hand, the coral skeletons with intrinsic nanorod structures can provide a strong optical confinement and feedback for laser action. The proposed design signifies the novel application of marine materials and represents a significant step for the development of bio-inspired photonics modules.

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