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23 Nov 21
Novel 2D perovskite compound promising for ultrathin solar cells

Rice University’s “benchmark” achievement boosts efficiency while retaining material’s ability to cope with harsh environments.

23 Nov 21
Sandia Lab uses fog chamber to optically test novel sensors

Aim of dedicated test facility is to ensure safe performance of future transportation systems.

22 Nov 21
Single imaging device switches between day and night vision functionality

Dayton researchers say sensor filter can reduce the number of cameras and sensors needed in smart phones, cameras, and cars.

18 Nov 21
Northwestern University camera sees around corners

Synthetic wavelength holography technique opens up new non-line-of-sight applications.

18 Nov 21
Harvard silicon coating counteracts light dispersion

Nanostructured surface compresses laser pulse in conventional optics.

15 Nov 21
3D printing assists growth of transplantable tissues

Fraunhofer ILT uses lasers to make customizable chambers within patient's body.

10 Nov 21
AFRL partners with University of New Mexico on directed energy center

To create a hub of expertise in high-power, fiber laser research, and to develop quality optical fibers.

09 Nov 21
Fluorescent nanodiamonds improve microscope calibration

University of Illinois calibration target ensures consistent performance in imaging operations.

08 Nov 21
Novel sensor can detect ‘ever smaller’ nanoparticles

KIT, Karlsruhe, develops new type of optical resonator to track movement of nanoparticles in space.

04 Nov 21
GASMAS offers nonivasive gas sensing for lung conditions

Tests using Tyndall National Institute lung tissue phantom indicates value of technique in clinics.

03 Nov 21
Virtual histopathology offers route to tissue analysis during surgery

University of Alberta optical approach produces colorized images without staining.

01 Nov 21
Scientists create device that uses laser tweezers to trap viruses

Developers at NTU, Singapore, say it promises new approaches to disease diagnosis and study of viruses.

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