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02 Dec 20
NIST AI system discovers new material potentially useful for photonic devices

CAMEO algorithm identifies promising "phase-change memory material" based on germanium-antimony-tellurium structure.

02 Dec 20
Fluorescent nanosensors offer rapid pathogen detection

Ruhr-University Bochum and partners develop structures that react to presence of harmful molecules.

01 Dec 20
Upgraded Raman microscope to explore cellular origins of cancer

Ultrafast laser tool to be developed under European project will combine artificial intelligence and endoscopy.

30 Nov 20
Stanford scientists invent ultrafast way to make perovskite solar cells

Rapid manufacturing boosts potential of this greener alternative to conventional silicon solar panels.

25 Nov 20
Austria-US team develops QCL-based mid-infrared laser to detect specific molecules

TU Vienna and Harvard's technology does not require large setup and can easily be miniaturized.

25 Nov 20
Multipass spectroscopy promises improved detection of cancer markers in breath

University of Warsaw project points towards clinical platforms for early cancer diagnosis.

25 Nov 20
LLNL's 3D-printed glass approach enhances optical design flexibility

Multi-material 3D printing creates tailored gradient RI optics that promise better military eyewear and VR goggles.

17 Nov 20
Brillouin spectroscopy offers route to probing cell dynamics

University of Exeter measures properties of biopolymers as models of biological tissues.

11 Nov 20
Ultra-thin photodetectors offer route to smart glass materials

Penn State integrates photodetectors with Gorilla Glass for use in sensing and infrastructure.

10 Nov 20
UK, Canada launch bilateral quantum drive

Partnership backs eight new projects looking to commercialize quantum technologies, as industry giants BT, BP, and BAE Systems join the UK's quantum sensors hub.

09 Nov 20
Trumpf and Sick developing 'first' industrial quantum sensor

Successful functional test of quantum optical sensor; market for quantum sensors considered to be €1.1 billion by 2023.

05 Nov 20
FLOWER power optical sensor: another tool in Covid-19 battle

University of Arizona’s “whispering” development involved in hunt for compounds to cut virus binding to receptor in the lungs.

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