|Lumedica looks to fine-tune low-cost OCT system with SBIR grant 09 Jul|
Duke University spin-out wins Phase II funding to further develop device for clinical applications in low-resource settings.
|Sub-sea 3D laser camera readied for commercial introduction 09 Jul|
System developed under 'UTOFIA' European project works in murky waters to depths of hundreds of meters.
|Novel materials enable VIS-IR-sensitive solar cells 03 Jul|
Florida State University researchers use perovskite coupled with rubrene to facilitate photon upconversion.
|Terahertz imaging spots microscopic twists in tissues 03 Jul|
University of Michigan project provides structural information without harmful X-rays.
|Powerful laser diodes cut stress in metal 3D-printed parts 02 Jul|
|NASA invests $45M in US firms for space technology 01 Jul|
|LASER 2019: quantum sensor set for trip to Mount Etna 26 Jun|
|LASER 2019: Laserline and Nuburu demo kilowatt blue power 26 Jun|
|Laser-metal interaction process scrutinized with X-ray movies 18 Jun|
|Cheap microlens fabrication method uses single laser pulse 13 Jun|
|Infrared frequency comb identifies bio-samples and more 12 Jun|
|Emberion to present graphene photonics developments at LASER 12 Jun|
|Japan team makes blue-emitting organic laser diodes 05 Jun|
|Hand-held scanner detects hazardous substances on site 04 Jun|
|China team sends quantum keys over commercial networks 03 Jun|
|Laser processing to turn moondust into building blocks 30 May|
|German quantum project on secure comms gains €165M funding 29 May|
|Improved mid-infrared imaging spots signature of cancers 29 May|
|Simulations suggest twin laser setup will double proton beam energy 28 May|
|Fraunhofer IWS discovering superalloys, new AM processes 24 May|
|Luminar lidar to hit the road in 2022 with 'sub-$1000' price tag|
Launch of 'Iris' product sketched out as Californian startup passes $250 million funding milestone.
|Metasurface gratings offer new route to polarization imaging|
Harvard SEAS develops compact camera platform for machine vision and other uses.
|NASA goes retro with new lunar optics|
On the 50th anniversary of the first Moon landing, NASA backs a plan to deploy more retroreflectors on the lunar surface.