Part two of optics.org's series of articles on the SEPNET conference on fiber lasers.
Cooperation between research centers and small companies will enhance expertise in North-West Europe.
The giant industrial company says it will commercialize a quantum-dot optical film that dramatically improves LCD color.
Researchers at Spain’s Jaume I University develop semiconductor ‘leaf’ that needs only sunlight to release hydrogen from water.
SEPNET meeting at Southampton’s ORC reviews the growing importance of the next generation of fiber sources and components.
Coherent Scotland and M-Squared Lasers among recipients of grants for projects designed to create new commercial products and processes.
'SCALENANO' consortium led by Barcelona energy research center looking to replace indium and print cells with nano-ink.
Southampton’s ORC creates artificial material with nonlinear optical properties seven orders of magnitude greater than any in nature.
Spectroscopy and security could both benefit from a Georgia Tech scintillator crystal based on nanopowders.
An implanted subretinal array could restore useful sight to patients blinded by degenerative retinal diseases.
A Support Action of the Europe's FP7 program sees seven institutions provide training in design and simulation.
Results from a Dutch clinical study provide further evidence that the technique will be be a valuable diagnostic tool.