SPIE Europe, Cardiff, UK, has assumed ownership of the website optics.org, in a transition from ownership by IOP Publishing of Bristol, UK.
New light-emitting electrochemical cell contains no metal electrode
A Raman spectroscopy system embedded within a microfluidic platform boosts research into portable lab-on-a-chip devices.
Another financial quarter and another acquisition for Andor Technology.
Last month, InVisage Technologies unveiled the first quantum-dot based image sensor. Jacqueline Hewett asks Ted Sargent, the company's CTO, why he believes silicon's light sensing days are numbered.
A single photon detector developed by NIST has a reported efficiency of 99%.
The explosive growth in OLED lighting patents since 2000 coincides with increased government funding.
Green lasers for pico-projection applications will drive market growth.
A MEMS scanning mirror designed for projection applications is at the heart of a handheld confocal microscope.
Will consumers be replacing 40 watt incandescent bulbs with LED alternatives by the end of the year?
A European project unveils a fully CMOS-compatible laser source coupled to a silicon waveguide.
After a tough year in 2009, Jenoptik anticipates a marked improvement in 2010.
Featuring news from Microvision, Avago, Boston Micromachines, the Blu-ray Disc Association, IMEC and Andor.
IBM researchers say they are the first to use a graphene photodetector in a 10 GBit/s optical communication link.
Sofradir is displaying a focal plane array featuring integrated optics at this week's SPIE Defense, Security & Sensing conference.
Plasmonic nanostructures that 'cascade enhance' electromagnetic fields could find applications in nonlinear optics and chemical and biological sensing.
Could a bulk silicon approach developed at Cornell provide the long awaited answer of how to integrate optics and electronics?