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31 May 23
Flinders researchers discover new low-cost material for thermal imaging lenses

Development could extend technique to sectors previously limited by high cost of specialized lenses.

30 May 23
IQE, Mojo Vision advance RGB and blue micro-LED development

Epiwafer foundry releases RGB multi-wavelength platform; Mojo lights up 300 mm GaN-on-silicon wafer for blue emitters.

24 May 23
Oldenburg develops 3D printing method to make ultrasmall metal parts

Applications in microelectronics, nanorobotics, and – significantly – battery technology.

23 May 23
FLUCS technique manipulates living cells

Max Planck Institute uses lasers to control position and movement in cells in embryos.

17 May 23
Fraunhofer ILT developing photonics for quantum internet

Funded by the state of North Rhine-Westphalia, institute is installing network node hardware on location.

17 May 23
ETH Zurich creates high-resolution atlas of human retina tissue

New protocol for flourescence imaging visualizes more than 50 proteins.

15 May 23
Princeton to lead an NSF-funded consortium to advance photonics

Grant to fund planning for a multi-state initiative to advance research in lasers and fiber optics.

15 May 23
GALACTIC mission to establish supply chain for alexandrite laser crystals

Horizon 2020 project partners include LZH, Optomaterials, and Altechna; applications in space communications.

10 May 23
University of Edinburgh improves diffuse imaging of blood flow

New data processing approach could relieve bottleneck for speckle techniques in clinics.

09 May 23
Southampton develops ‘time crystal’ based on metamaterial

System developed by Prof. Nikolay Zheludev promises new optical and photonic devices.

04 May 23
Caltech's entangled photons boost microscopy performance

"Quantum microscopy by coincidence" offers route to high resolution imaging.

03 May 23
Lithography-free photonic chip offers new model for faster processing

University of Pennsylvania approach promises accuracy and flexibility for AI applications

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