Large Synoptic Survey Telescope is still on track to begin vast astronomical 'census' in October 2022, hears conference.
University of Liverpool project also indicates uses of OCT in industrial quality assurance.
San Diego event hears that as much as 5 TW of photovoltaic power could be deployed by 2030, if the technology can be 'Uberized'.
Autonomous rover is effectively a 'robot geochemist' utilizing a variety of optics and photonics equipment.
'Spectacular improvement' in image quality at Very Large Telescope’s multi-unit spectroscopic explorer instrument.
Upgraded detectors at Italian site will enable astronomers to pinpoint sources of gravitational waves.
Research on light sheet microscopy forms part of collaboration with University of St Andrews.
US company Sebacia raises $36M in debt and equity finance; trial results anticipated next year.
Latest scheme to aid quantum technology commercialization includes support for non-technical projects including roadmapping and knowledge exchange activity.
CNRS project promises faster imaging of molecular dynamics and could assist early diagnosis.
From tooth enamel characterization to paper production quality control and examining the thickness of car paint, terahertz technology is finding its feet in commercial applications.
Imperial College technique allows faster imaging of myocardial sections.