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05 Jul 22
Laser writing offers route to microscale gas sensors

Penn State project uses laser-induced thermal voxels to create customizable device.

29 Jun 22
Intel Labs reports integrated photonics research advance

A tightly-controlled 8-wavelength laser array on a silicon wafer with matched power and uniform spacing.

28 Jun 22
Dxcover’s FTIR spectroscopy biopsy promising for pancreatic cancer diagnosis

Small sample proof of concept study used ATR-FTIR on dried blood serum; Scotland-based firm to develop US operation.

16 Jun 22
LASYS 2022: LZH presents laser material processing innovations to users

LZH scientists are also investigating the influence of gravity on laser beam welding processes designed for space applications.

16 Jun 22
QuiX creates ‘largest’ quantum photonic processor to work with quantum dots…

…as Quantinuum upgrades its Model H1 quantum-computer – expanding to 20 connected qubits.

15 Jun 22
BlueHalo wins $11M US AFRL contract for laser communications technologies

For a pair of flight terminals and ground station to demonstrate in-orbit processing of satellite operations for AFRL

14 Jun 22
Elbit unveils COPAS-L for military surveillance and target acquisition...

...while Teledyne Flir Defense also launches Kobra 725 military robot at this week’s Eurosatory defense expo.

13 Jun 22
Metalenz meta-optics arrive in time-of-flight sensor

Market debut of commercialized technology comes through partnership with STMicroelectronics.

07 Jun 22
Duke University enhances OCT for higher resolution and reduced speckle

Computational approach combines multiple OCT volumes to reveal 3D features.

26 May 22
ams Osram shows off VCSEL upgrade for driver monitoring

‘ICARUS’ proof-of–concept features a dot pattern projector to enable depth sensing.

26 May 22
LASER 2022: Leibniz Institute and Fraunhofer ILT create lasers for climate research

Partners report on how their laser measurement devices for exploring the atmosphere were received in Munich.

24 May 22
Duke University photoacoustics reveals rapid brain activity

Hardware innovations plus machine learning create fastest photoacoustic imaging tool available.

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