University of California, Berkeley develops sensor for faint electric fields around living cells.
Development promises: better high-capacity telecoms; improved potential to find exoplanets; and better atomic clocks.
University of Bordeaux models tissue behavior to improve subsequent AO performance.
Australian National University-led team demonstrates visible-convertible infrared imaging via non-linear metasurfaces.
University of Tsukuba researchers have tested light-emission hypothesis at molecular level, with multiple optical applications.
University of Queensland exploits quantum entanglement for uses in Raman microscopy and beyond.
The “spaceplate” is a new approach to manipulating light that could lead to paper-thin cameras, telescopes, and smart phones.
International “MEEt” project aiming to adapt novel materials for solar cells, LEDs, optical sensors, and production techniques.
LZH working within a new research project with Rowiak GmbH to advance refinement method.
Partners in year-long project include Research Fab Microelectronics Germany and several Fraunhofer institutes.
Precision alignment with large-scale wafers to be offered as a prototyping service later this year.
Dual-band optical stabilization technique cancels out temperature effects that have limited the utility of quantum key distribution.