Replacement formation technique replaces need for multi-kilometer synchrotron with lab-scale system.
Professor Yang Yang, of UCLA, paid tribute to compound that is exciting PV researchers worldwide.
Professor Keisuke Goda reports on potential of superfast/slow imaging for manufacturing, medicine and geology.
Lasing within organic cells could allow both sensing and treatment in vivo.
Group at St Andrews shrinks optical resonators, which are "swallowed" by cells in vivo, for cancer investigations.
Lawrence Livermore team's oblong-patterned photonic crystal fibers look set to help pulsed applications first.
Kaunas University team develops cheaper “hole-transporter” for 17% PV process efficiency.
Research project at Loughborough, UK, uses LIBS to identify heritage materials.
University of Southampton engineers test fly and safely land “SULSA” – a laser-printed unmanned aircraft.
Non-invasive device could end daily discomfort for people with diabetes; Leeds, UK, group aiming for market in 2-3 years.
Results presented at US industry forum; Imec also describes 35% potential of hybrid with silicon.
Optical technique appears able to distinguish between different tumor shapes in University of Twente study.