Bordeaux team employs femtosecond laser in gigahertz-burst mode; potential benefits for electronics.
Project PriMe intended to speed classification of biofilms with marker-free, contactless imaging.
University of Twente team claims “major breakthrough” in performance of RF signal processors.
Swiss maker of high-end solar cells works with world-leading labs to industrialize tandem cells yielding more than 30% efficiency.
TMOS project combines InP and nanowire design for miniaturized medical devices.
To enable new chip designs for high-speed optical communications, military and medical applications.
Promising chip-based communications that process data faster than electronic-based devices.
Tabletop source spans UV-THz wavelengths and is five times brighter than most powerful synchrotrons.
Partners will upgrade laser system to research nuclear fusion as a future new energy source.
Oblique plane microscopy improves axial resolution over existing methods.
In project QSPEC, LZH, Toptica, and partners developing rapid check on ingredients, origin.
Birmingham and Beijing project uses photobiomodulation to influence cognitive performance.
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