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17 Jul 
ASML on the up despite wider semi slowdown

Lithography giant says strong EUV orders and demand for logic devices is helping it buck the downward trend.

17 Jul 
Wyant College ophthalmology tech backed by Arizona capital fund

'iCrx' laser phoropter can automatically determine visual prescriptions in just 20 seconds.

15 Jul 
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.

17 Jul 
Hyundai Mobis develops Driver State Warning technology

Eye tracking, facial recognition system to be applied to commercial vehicles in Korea to boost safety.

09 Jul 
Metasurface gratings offer new route to polarization imaging

Harvard SEAS develops compact camera platform for machine vision and other uses.

09 Jul 
Quanergy lidar sensors land security mission

Installation in South Korea to be completed in several phases, says Silicon Valley firm.

17 Jul 
Japanese group to trial electric cars fitted with ‘solar batteries’

Nedo, Sharp and Toyota collaborate on photovoltaic car based on solar cell and battery combination; road testing, later this month.

16 Jul 
Nanostructures free photons to boost white OLED efficiency

Researchers at TU Dresden achieve external quantum efficiency of 76.3% with scalable, lithography-free method.

09 Jul 
Lumedica looks to fine-tune low-cost OCT system with SBIR grant

Duke University spin-out wins Phase II funding to further develop device for clinical applications in low-resource settings.

17 Jul 
One small camera click by a man, one giant photo album for mankind

Zeiss recalls developing its bespoke camera lenses that recorded first visit to the Moon, 50 years ago.

17 Jul 
Optogenetics pioneers win prestigious medical research award

Ed Boyden, Peter Hegemann, Gero Miesenböck and Karl Deisseroth share $500,000 Warren Alpert Foundation Prize.

16 Jul 
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.

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