An inductor-capacitor resonant circuit allows researchers to miniaturize laser technology to unprecedented levels.
Featuring news from Optics Balzers, StockerYale, Edmund Optics, JPSA and more.
A quantum dot-based image sensor will challenge silicon's dominance.
NextGenPCF develops photonic crystal fibre for biomedical, telecommunication and sensing applications.
Market analyst InSight Media says that it has produced the best 3DTV forecast to date
As many major economies emerge from recession, could 2010 mark the start of the road to recovery for the optics industry? Jacqueline Hewett asks Robert Edmund, the president and CEO of Edmund Optics, what 2010 holds for his company
Researchers hide a tiny bump from near-infrared light
Car giant General Motors is working on a head-up display that uses the entire windscreen
Featuring news from Coherent, Texas Instruments, BIOLASE, Boeing and Jenoptik
A light-emitting plaster designed to treat non-melanoma skin cancer is formally launched across Europe
Cambridge University team's result paves the way to graphene-based photonics
Optical fibres with semiconductor cores possess nonlinearities that make them ideal for mid-IR sensing, security and biomedicine
Featuring news from Zygo, II-VI, EPIC, LIMO and Osram Opto Semiconductors
Organic semiconductors provide a simple way of fabricating photodiodes that are sensitive to UV light
Sony says its new RGB laser source is ideal for large screen projectors
New laser application centre targets the electronics, photovoltaics and flat-panel display markets
Laser-equipped wind turbines predict wind speed and direction for optimal electricity generation
Well over a dozen papers at this year's Photonics West meeting in San Francisco boasted improvements in harmonic generation to produce visible laser beams, most of them in the green spectral range
New design could lead to optical computers
Two-element VGA lens points the way to higher-resolution wafer-level cameras for ultraslim mobile phones
Researchers in Italy succeed in rotating polymer nanofibres using just light