Users will be able to monitor health, environment and diverse situations by full-spectrum cellphone.
Flexible OLEDs offer “new possibilities for special lighting”; debut at Display Workshops, Japan, from December 7–9.
Collaboration will see Swiss Federal Institute of Technology receive €1 million from the German optics giant.
Warwick group successfully substitutes tin for lead; findings justify intensive research into tin perovskite, say researchers.
Research teams at Rice University and MIT's Lincoln Laboratory among 17 winners working on new technologies for Earth observation.
Irish research center develops quantum dot LEDs that can produce entangled photons.
Researchers at Aalto University reach near-unity response; with applications in medicine and safety.
IBS researchers report that 1.3nm cell based on MoS2 in graphene is “unusually efficient”.
Technology to benefit manufacturers of economical 2D/3D convertible mini-screens for mobile applications.
European project BioPACE develops “light-hearted” approach to treating cardiac arrhythmia.
License agreement between Max Planck Innovation and Photoswitch Biosciences to identify new drugs to treat blindness.
Japanese firm says its laser-driven plasma source now delivers 100W with 5% efficiency and good stability.