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.
Q-Eye from UK’s Warwick University is sensitive to single photons; new spin-off targets applications in security.
Frequency comb ensures crosstalk between multiple comms channels within the same fiber is reversible.
Three-year ESSenTIAL program has taken technology to industry, developed new products, and trained hundreds in Si-Photonics techniques.
Scientists at Zepler Institute say method will enable "previously impossible" fiber structures and applications.
'Virtual lab' to specialize in development of ultra-high-efficiency photovoltaic devices for both CPV and consumer use.
New Barcelona Institute of Science & Technology to pursue joint projects in photonics, nano, high-energy physics and biochemistry.
European project 'FULLPHASE' making solid progress towards a compact probe suitable for the physician’s office.
At Intersolar Europe, this week; perovskite "promising" for thin-film solar cells with increased conversion efficiencies.