ICFO and MPQ/LMU develop light source with unprecedented sensitivity to identify tell-tale signs of cancer.
Customized version of coherent diffraction imaging leads to improved resolution.
Karlsruhe-led team uses GST for first all-optical, non-volatile on-chip memory; benefits for high-speed computing.
LZH and partners apply femtosecond sources and OCT to expand the range of laser-assisted procedures.
Modified micro-structure of the semiconductor surface plays an important role in THz generation.
University of Central Florida receives $5.87 million for work on sources and optical fibers.
Quantum dot is key to Swiss-German development of single photon source.
Communications light chip offers “largest frequency range ever”, says developer University of Twente.
"18-Weldt" project develops method to inspect welds in difficult-to-access industrial parts.
Companies feature among 11 different research projects to receive a total $24 million in funding from ARPA-E.
As part of European ArtiVasc 3D project, which is also creating artificial multi-layered skin.
Optical Raman spectra of blood reveals “simple fingerprint”; less invasive approach should encourage patient take-up.