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Research & Development
25 Feb 20
Twente develops quantum method to safeguard data in multimode fibers

Quantum Key Distribution security approach already established for singlemode systems.

24 Feb 20
Galahad project completes development of high-resolution OCT

EU-funded research aims to improve retinal imaging for early screening of glaucoma.

19 Feb 20
Hybrid optical and IR microscope promises faster digital biopsies

University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign platform could lead to all-digital solutions for cancer pathology.

18 Feb 20
Fluorescence lifetime technique offers real-time imaging of tumor margins

University of California, Davis combines imaging and machine learning to accelerate diagnosis.

12 Feb 20
PW2020: DARPA seeking close cooperation with photonics sector

Proposed military-grade quantum sensors will require at least four lasers to address various quantum states.

12 Feb 20
Multi-beam additive manufacturing platform achieves "unmatched speed"

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology method achieves printing speeds of 10 million voxels per second.

11 Feb 20
ORC's silicon photonics fab wins £1.5m for expansion

Zepler Institute, Nano-Silicon Photonics Group, and Glasgow university to extend Cornerstone facility.

11 Feb 20
Laser-etched nanostructures offer control of light absorption

University of Rochester project could lead to more efficient solar power generation.

10 Feb 20
European group developing a 1kW dot matrix ultrafast laser

"MultigrAVE" project aiming to carve flow-optimised surfaces in metal surfaces, imitating shark skin.

06 Feb 20
Laser fluorescence plus x-ray absorption reveals structure of sprays

Lund University technique promises new insights into industrial processes and combustion of fuels.

30 Jan 20
Novel microscope views ultrafast processes at quantum scale

MPG's so-called quantum HD camera allows precise tracking of electron movements in individual atoms.

29 Jan 20
Block MEMS lands $5.5M to further develop stand-off chemical identifier

US firm’s hyperspectral approach, based around quantum cascade lasers, selected for Phase III of IARPA program.

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