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23 Jan 24
Georgia Tech prints metal nanoparticles faster and more cheaply

New technique employs superluminescent LEDs rather than femtosecond laser sources.

19 Jan 24
ShanghaiTech University progresses terahertz technology

Researchers develop broadband, tunable absorber using a carbon-based metamaterial, promising novel applications.

17 Jan 24
LANL develops imaging AI system that creates ‘images from nothing’

Starting from empty picture, “Blackout Diffusion” could enable new scientific applications.

16 Jan 24
EPFL and Max Plank merge nonlinear optics with electron microscopy

Method yields new capabilities in material studies and control of electron beams.

12 Jan 24
Southampton scientists discover how UV light breaks down coronavirus

Specialized laser delivering two wavelengths determines how each viral component degrades.

12 Jan 24
Spectroscopy measures visual recognition in key brain regions

Researchers in China explore applicability of NIR spectroscopy to neural observation.

08 Jan 24
Breaking the 10-petawatt ‘limit’ with novel laser amplification

Tiled titanium:sapphire laser amplification promises to enhance the experimental capability of ultrashort lasers.

08 Jan 24
Perovskite LED stack emits light 1000x brighter than regular OLEDs

imec development promises injection laser applications in image projection, sensing, and medtech.

03 Jan 24
EPFL chip-scale source improves telecoms, metrology

Microresonator architecture points to next generation integrated photonic devices.

29 Dec 23
Columbia and Max Planck pair laser to crystal lattice vibrations

Research aim is to enhance optical properties of two-dimensional materials.

27 Dec 23
Tokyo and Saitama develop ‘spectrum shuttle’ optical technique

Japanese collaboration for simultaneous generation of gigahertz burst pulses and profile shaping.

20 Dec 23
Solar panel output cut by ‘high frequency shading’ from turbine blades

In combined wind and solar farms, shadowing can reduce yield by 50 per cent, say TNO researchers.

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