Diversified industrial group sees continued strength in semiconductor and microelectronics manufacturing segments.
...while Toptica launches single-wavelength fiber laser for 2-photon fluorescence excitation applications.
Plan to industrialize long-range 1550 nm sensor technology for automotive use, with series production slated for 2024.
Max-Planck Institute develops photon-level broadband spectroscopy and interferometry.
Observatory’s discovery also indicates that water may be distributed across lunar surface.
First public outing for UK-developed self-driving vehicles as ‘Endeavour’ cars take to the streets of Oxford.
Boston University platform could assist in several bioimaging applications.
Aim is to create 1,000 jobs and achieve €1 billion new business by 2025 across EU, says Photonics21.
A round-up of this week's coronavirus-related news and countermeasures from the photonics industry.
US football team working with provider Joovv to treat players with red and near infrared light to speed muscle recovery.
Research led by Huddersfield to develop nm-scale systems; also involving Zepler Institute and industrial partners.
Japan-US research team demonstrates that silica fiber signal loss can be cut by 50%.