University of Tokyo project uses electronically controlled platform to enhance safety.
Australian firm to establish US manufacturing capacity that could eventually produce 19 million tests per month.
ESO infrared spectrograph will now assist in search for super-Earth exoplanets.
German partners have developed roller process to efficiently repair and laser-coat components in production.
University of Strathclyde project creates images without complex synchronizing of camera and lighting.
Hamburg project develops platform able to distinguish malignant from non-malignant tissue.
Surveillance vehicles equipped with twin infrared imagers and laser rangefinder account for a major chunk of the latest award.
US Navy has recently demonstrated above 60kW output power based on multiple kilowatt fiber lasers.
optics.org samples a selection of photonics-based innovations presented this week.
Tech giant’s driver assistance systems subsidiary looks to adopt chip-scale FMCW alternative by 2025.
Karl Storz platform allows clinicians to switch viewing modes to suit surgical needs.
LZH research concludes with laser system mounted on arm of lunar vehicle test-bed.