Researchers at Texas A&M tweak alloy microchemistry to achieve flawless metal 3D printing with LBPF.
Enhanced frequency comb and device design allow detection of multiple biomarkers.
Method, combining 3-photon microscopy and adaptive optics, allows neuroscientists to see deeper and observe live neuron activity.
Chalmers University uses phase manipulation to create physical forces and produce motion.
Israeli and German breakthrough paves way towards medical and communications devices, and many “real-world applications”.
$1 million joint funding from SPIE and university to establish Glasgow as internationally recognised center of excellence for quantum.
Berlin research institute will also showcase advances in UV LEDs and high-power laser diodes at next week’s ‘Photonics Days’ event.
LIS (laser interference structuring) treats aluminum alloy for corrosion protection.
Novel beam shaper developed at Vrije University Brussels also enables deeper cuts with compact diode laser systems.
Beckman Institute and partners employ spatial light-interference microscopy to spot virus.
State-of-the-art optical clocks and quantum gravity sensors set to benefit from narrow-linewidth emitters.
Work on low-power photonic crystal emitters for data center interconnects wins £600,000 from Innovate UK and seed funders.