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27 Jun 22
University of Tokyo develops wearable Raman sensor

Gold nanomesh in skin patch allows detection of biomarkers, drugs and microplastics.

22 Jun 22
Support for photonic component development in latest UK quantum projects

£6 million program to commercialize quantum technologies backs quantum PICs, lasers, SPADs, and entangled light sources.

22 Jun 22
Optical sensor could provide early warning of bridge collapses

Prototype device based on fiber Bragg gratings to be tested this summer by Queen’s University Belfast researchers.

22 Jun 22
HKUST images mouse cortex at 'unprecedented depth'

Combination of three-photon microscopy and adaptive optics reveals details of the brain.

21 Jun 22
Nanofluidic scattering microscopy offers new view of molecular behavior

Chalmers University label-free technique uses diffusion within nanofluidic channel.

20 Jun 22
Perovskite development heralds quantum breakthrough

Photonic device from Nebraska and California team will help to discover minimum of “key formulations” at room temperature.

20 Jun 22
CREOL researchers create high-rate, 40-channel optical link

Silicon-based device can transmit about 400 GB of data per second; to meet growing need to move content faster.

15 Jun 22
KAUST platform images plant growth and development

Better monitoring of plant phenotypes and what happens underground will assist cultivation.

14 Jun 22
KIT develops perovskite/CIS tandem solar cells with efficiency near 25%

Thin-film photovoltaics are efficient and versatile in a “double pack”; combination promises mobile applications.

13 Jun 22
Attosecond spectroscopy gives new view of non-linear optics

Max Born Institute and partners use attosecond-pump attosecond-probe method to study behavior.

13 Jun 22
Which UV wavelengths best disinfect Covid-19?

US labs NIST and DHS conduct thorough tests to show how different wavelengths interact with virus.

09 Jun 22
Sponge-like solar cells could be basis for better pacemakers

University of Chicago invents new way to make a solar cell by etching holes in top layer to make it porous.

 
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