Including news from Newport, SPI, Ealing, JPSA, Photon, Ericsson and more.
E Ink unveils 10-inch monochrome and 6-inch color electronic paper at FPD 2005 in Japan.
Researchers use a laser initiated shock wave to accelerate particles into animal tissue.
Surface-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy can potentially spot osteoarthritis before pains sets in, say US scientists.
A look at some of this month's innovations including a photonic crystal fiber amplifier with a peak output power of 1.1 MW.
Including news from Corning, Varioptic, FLIR Systems, Cambridge Display Technology and more.
US scientists create a solar cell that combines the advantages of both organic and inorganic designs.
A low-temperature process for synthesizing YAG could benefit manufacturers of solid-state lasers.
A terahertz system that acquires images in real time could help screen mail for suspicious objects.
Red emission is reported from a silicon laser doped with Europium ions.
Including news from Quantel, LG Philips LCD, Princeton Lightwave, Kopin and more.
A UK research team will use £2.1 million of funding to develop portable terahertz devices based on InP chips.
Scientists have come up with a low-cost process that improves the performance of polymer-based photovoltaics.
Electronic control over the speed of light is demonstrated in three types of optoelectronic chip.
Stroke victims could benefit from a laser-activated polymer that changes shape to capture blood clots.
Including news from Corning, Carl Zeiss, Jenoptik, LINOS, Micronic and more.
The development of UV and visible VECSEL devices receives a EURO 3.8 million boost thanks to an EC initiative.
Optical sensor could offer diabetics a convenient alternative to blood testing.
Roy Glauber, John Hall and Theodor Hänsch have been awarded the 2005 Nobel Prize in Physics.
A video camcorder equipped with infrared LEDs helps prevent unauthorized photography with cell phones.