...and a “smart window” developed by TNO and partners in project Sunovate has performed successfully in real world conditions.
Multimode optical fiber and compressive imaging approach could assist neuroimaging.
Cold photo-carving uses just a fraction of energy of conventional laser cutting.
Gold nanomesh in skin patch allows detection of biomarkers, drugs and microplastics.
£6 million program to commercialize quantum technologies backs quantum PICs, lasers, SPADs, and entangled light sources.
Prototype device based on fiber Bragg gratings to be tested this summer by Queen’s University Belfast researchers.
Combination of three-photon microscopy and adaptive optics reveals details of the brain.
Chalmers University label-free technique uses diffusion within nanofluidic channel.
Photonic device from Nebraska and California team will help to discover minimum of “key formulations” at room temperature.
Silicon-based device can transmit about 400 GB of data per second; to meet growing need to move content faster.
Better monitoring of plant phenotypes and what happens underground will assist cultivation.
Thin-film photovoltaics are efficient and versatile in a “double pack”; combination promises mobile applications.