|Algorithm from 'Netflix Challenge' speeds up bio-imaging 20 Mar|
ENS Paris-led group accelerates Raman spectroscopy, making it more practical for biomedical applications.
|Optogenetics helps reverse alcohol cravings and ease withdrawal 19 Mar|
Scripps Research project uses lasers to inactivate specific neurons in rats.
|Finger-mounted probe reveals elasticity of tissues 18 Mar|
University of Western Australia project could assist in cancer diagnosis and treatment.
|New wavemeter promises enhanced sensors and comms networks 15 Mar|
University of St Andrews improves existing methods of using speckle to measure wavelength.
|ORC's Silicon Photonics group partners with CompoundTek for design 13 Mar|
|Scientists at TU Vienna develop ‘random anti-laser’ 13 Mar|
|Photoacoustics powers light-activated micropump 13 Mar|
|Oxford Instruments, partners launch EU Horizon 2020 project ULISSES 12 Mar|
|Yale project lets light penetrate opaque media without dispersing 12 Mar|
|German R&D group launches Digital Innovation Hub Photonics in Jena 28 Feb|
|Southampton's Zepler shares in £100m UK funding to develop AI 27 Feb|
|Polariton filter coverts laser beam into quantum light 25 Feb|
|CNRS-developed AntBot is first robot to travel without GPS 22 Feb|
|Next-gen 'meta-optics' created rapidly at room temperature 21 Feb|
|Stable perovskite films promise improved LED efficiency 21 Feb|
|Reverse wiring of LEDs helps chips feel the chill 20 Feb|
|Light therapy offers pain relief after cancer treatment 19 Feb|
|Wavelength control in quantum dot lasers could assist sensing and communication 13 Feb|
|Near-infrared light kills cancer, builds immune response 13 Feb|
|TERIPHIC sees path to terabit datacom applications 12 Feb|
|II-VI Inc boosts power rating of laser cutting head to 15kW|
BIMO-FSC head addresses market for 1µm laser-based flat sheet cutting; company opens service centre in China.
|FLIR Systems opens new office in Washington DC|
Plans renovation project for its Wilsonville, Oregon headquarters in Q2 of 2019.