|MIT’s mathematical method tunes metalenses 23 May|
Bespoke manipulation of light by Steve Johnson's group could find uses in cellphone lenses, smart-car sensors, optical fibers.
|VCSEL maker AMS joins auto lidar development team 22 May|
Sensor firm partners Ibeo Automotive and ZF Friedrichschafen on development effort aiming for on-road adoption by 2021.
|Ultraviolet-localized photoacoustics improves infrared microscopy of tissues 21 May|
Caltech project uses UV and IR pulses to overcome problem of water-background signals.
|NIST team develops chip-scale optical clock 20 May|
Smaller than conventional devices, made of three small chips plus electronics and optics, new clock is based on semiconductor laser and frequency combs.
|Leti touts 'game-changing' microLED manufacturing process 15 May|
|Helsinki team reboots observation of photosynthesis 14 May|
|Laser structuring raises toolmaking productivity 09 May|
|3-D printed microscope promising for medical diagnostics 01 May|
|Hamamatsu develops diode-pumped pulsed laser that delivers 117J 01 May|
|Quantum Xchange tests Toshiba’s QKD network and doubles capacity 01 May|
|Nichia launches 280nm deep UV LED 30 Apr|
|Standard fiber bundles offer route to 3D optical biopsies 30 Apr|
|Project IDAM aims to add 3D printing to car making 25 Apr|
|Laser powers needle-free microjet injection 23 Apr|
|Zero-gravity optical fiber drawing experiment arrives in orbit 23 Apr|
|SmartVIZ project explores innovative visualization using micro LEDs 12 Apr|
|Penn State discovers new type of optical glass 09 Apr|
|EPFL designs versatile supercontinuum source 09 Apr|
|LLNL develops new method to improve laser-material interaction 08 Apr|
|Hyperspectral imaging and metasurfaces combined for novel biosensing platform 03 Apr|
|Yole tips edge-emitting lasers for rapid growth spurt|
French analyst team predicts that market will more than double in value by 2024.
|OCT imaging with AI screening improves retinal diagnosis|
System from Optovue and Ping An Technology has now completed a clinical trial.
|Rapid-fire terawatt laser up and running at ELI-ALPS|
Extreme Light Infrastructure (ELI) facility in Hungary switches on ‘Sylos 2A’ femtosecond source in ceremony with Gérard Mourou.