During the past decade, diamond has emerged as one of the most exciting materials of study within the field of photonics. This special issue is an attempt to demonstrate the breadth of impact that diamond has made on a range of fields, including quantum optics, nanophotonics, magnetometry and sensing, laser development, and color center physics.

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