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18 Apr 24
TriEye and Vertilas demo long-wavelength VCSEL camera

Collaboration combines CMOS-based infrared sensor with 1300 nm emitter array.

17 Apr 24
Riken ultrafast pulses set to reveal how chemical reactions evolve

Technique using two kinds of nonlinear crystal amplifies single-cycle pulses to new energy levels.

17 Apr 24
PriFUSIO foundation for laser fusion research formed in Germany

Federal Ministry of Education & Research awards €18 million for project over next three years.

11 Apr 24
Novel UV broadband spectrometer revolutionizes air pollution analysis

TU Graz's laser-based technology enables continual RT monitoring of contaminants.

09 Apr 24
University of Shanghai Sci&Tech develops new holography approach

“Virtual digital phase modulation” for computer-generated process advances real-time 3D displays.

03 Apr 24
Shanghai Institute of Optics focuses intense lasers into single wavelength

Claims “breakthrough” enables highest intensity conditions for ultrashort lasers.

26 Mar 24
Ultrafast camera captures 156 trillion frames per second

INRS single-shot device could reveal details of light-matter interactions and semiconductor behavior.

20 Mar 24
Quantum groups combine to drive European quantum computing sector

ORCA, Pixel Photonics, Sparrow Q, Niels Bohr Inst. work on ‘SupremeQ’ Eurostars project.

20 Mar 24
China-Europe group creates customizable waveguide arrays to drive photonic systems

With implications ranging from mode lasing, to data transmission, and quantum optics.

14 Mar 24
Ultrablack thin-film coating could improve ‘next-gen’ telescopes

China group-developed coating absorbs 99% of light while braving harsh conditions.

14 Mar 24
Ultra-short light pulses enable high-precision ‘artificial nose’

TU Vienna improves spectroscopy with “stimulated Raman emission” method; claims faster, more precise results.

13 Mar 24
Max-Planck progresses UV spectroscopy with high-resolution dual-comb method…

…and Stanford launches “micro” frequency comb, as basis for mass-market adoption of such devices.

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