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19 Jan 22
Lumibird Canada and partners complete lidar rail safety prototype

OnTRAC is a rail industry-focused optical sensor system co-developed in Canada with Thales and partners.

19 Jan 22
Airguide Photonics announces £6M of research to improve optical fiber

Multimillion-pound program led by Zepler Institute / ORC, Southampton, for new projects into hollow core and fiber performs.

18 Jan 22
TU Vienna develops compact, higher power source for terahertz waves

Oscillator with double resonant-tunnelling diodes; performs significantly better than similar devices.

13 Jan 22
Raman technique spots signs of kidney damage

Shanghai team develops noninvasive test for condition of donor organs.

11 Jan 22
KIST researchers develop hologram method for mobile devices

Korea based team says 3D digital holograms are enabled by a new type of polarization image sensor.

06 Jan 22
Freiburg scientists enhance concept for feedback-controlled optical tweezers

Showing potential for controlled grabbing and rotation of biological objects, such as tumors.

05 Jan 22
Integrated photonics chip enhances electron microscopy

EPFL platform could also assist research into quantum optics and entanglement.

04 Jan 22
Project QUILT reveals far-reaching potential of quantum optics and imaging

Update from Fraunhofer group covers research by six institutes and partners over past four years.

01 Jan 22
Georgia Tech develops soft semiconductors that can detect ultra-low light levels

Three engineering laboratories collaborate to achieve new level of photodetector stretchability.

23 Dec 21
Researchers in Germany develop novel optical diffuser, based on silicon nanoparticles

Device can control the direction, wavelength and polarization of light, for transparent screens or AR applications.

22 Dec 21
NIST scientists boost accuracy of microscope calibration tenfold

Technique allows better imaging of microdroplets; method being used to analyze plastic nanoparticles and in virus assaying.

22 Dec 21
Metalens sorts colors for high-sensitivity sensors

NTT Corporation develops metasurface able to split out primary colors without filters.

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