£35 million boost for Northern Ireland facility aided by European regional development funding.
Among nine new key research projects winning total of €16m funding.
Laser processing step means that cells can be produced without need for expensive high-temperature furnace.
SPIE, AIP and OSA make papers published by 2014 physics and chemistry laureates available on digital platforms.
Weizmann Institute method avoids need for conventional reference point to compensate for scattering of light.
Development could enhance status of silicon as go-to material for both electronics and photonics.
Development at Fraunhofer IAF identifies terror threats from far away.
University of Kiel, Germany, develops new organic semiconductor material.
EPFL project uses sunlight to split water at high efficiency – but without rare metals.
Invisibility cloaking? Color-changing wallpaper? Medical sensors? It's all possible with nanophotonics, discovers Andrew Williams.
Optical and mechanical properties superior to organic-based sources, say Korean developers.
European Commission project selects supplier for diamond components in pulsed source.