Proposed solution intended to enable cost-reduced 3D biometrics, facial scanning and imaging from cellphones.
Chip-based SEEOR beam technology offers alternative to “inefficient” mechanical scanners.
US-Taiwanese partnership uses materials such as hexagonal boron nitride and molybdenum disulfide.
Medical technology developer says Its NeuroBlate system can help patients with brain metastasis.
Industry-led effort aims to develop four quantum instruments, each underpinned by photonics technology, within two years.
Brings together nine key facilities; Department of Energy investing $6.8 m over next two years.
Lumitron system using laser-Compton X-ray source will offer higher resolution for medical and industrial uses.
Fraunhofer IWS scientists expect animal testing ban, so microsystems are needed for medical and cosmetic tests.
Accelerated development should see next-generation tool shipped by the end of 2022.
Successful culmination of year-long installation of the L1-ALLEGRA laser, the L1-E1 beam transport, and of the HHG beamline near Prague.
Fraunhofer HHI joins new Q.Link.X consortium, funded by Ministry of Education & Research; aims to achieve secure optical networks.
Japanese photonics giant delivers stable source equivalent to xenon lamps; allows high-precision measurements.