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28 Sep 17
Pyreos partners Imperial College on sensor development

Edinburgh-based Siemens spin-out secures £950k via UK’s new ‘Industrial Strategy’ fund.

28 Sep 17
Automated image analysis aids bladder cancer diagnosis

Researchers in Australia develop a triage approach that mimics expert pathologists, and suggest that method could greatly reduce the number of unnecessary biopsies.

26 Sep 17
Better digitization of transparent objects builds more faithful 3D scenes

Technical University of Denmark technique could assist both VR and analysis of material properties.

20 Sep 17
Plenoptic camera reveals detailed structure of human iris

University of Michigan project offers route to identifying tumor precursors.

14 Sep 17
Tracing light inside an LED leads to higher efficiency

Method developed by the University of Twente and Philips Lighting boosts efficiency, makes for powerful design tools.

13 Sep 17
Defects in perovskite solar cells 'healed' with light

Cambridge-led team finds that earlier temporary treatment of next-gen cells can be made permanent under condition of ideal humidity.

12 Sep 17
DeLIVER project aims for high-resolution study of liver tissues

Bielefeld University and partners will develop methods to study how liver cells change over time.

12 Sep 17
University of Bonn probes human retina behavior

Adaptive optics helps reveal how color signals are conveyed on a cellular level.

05 Sep 17
Ballistic photons reveal endoscope location during surgery

Edinburgh project could help doctors follow progress of probes within the human body.

05 Sep 17
Graphene improves sensitivity of single-photon detectors

Project led by ICFO could boost performance of detectors in astronomy and information processing.

01 Sep 17
Excimer irradiation can clean up tainted soil

High power beam can break down toxic waste, promising better soil remediation, says Northeastern University research group.

31 Aug 17
Swedish team closes on Si-based quantum optical circuits

Researchers at KTH say they are "one step closer" by integrating quantum dots in silicon-based photonic chips.

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