Giant Japanese company achieves latest milestone with pseudo-continuous emission of laser at a 50 per cent duty cycle.
The UK company's North American operation is to lead development of a blue laser system for high-speed, covert submarine communications.
Evolutionary changes to manufacturing process will enable a route to volume production of cells with 20% conversion efficiency.
Three SBIR awards are focused on developing organic LED technology for high-efficiency lighting.
Following on from the Accord project, the component exchange scheme will promote co-operation between European SMEs and researchers.
Phase 1B award targets high-power source for eventual use in extreme UV lithography systems.
A team from Sony, Hitachi and AIST shows that it will be possible to make green laser diodes with the high efficiencies needed for pico-projectors.
Advanced design should aid route to commercialization for OLED luminaires by doing away with need for power management circuitry.
As forecasts suggest that concentrated PV could become a gigawatt-scale market in five years, JDSU officially launches a proprietary high-efficiency cell.
Call from UK's Technology Strategy Board focuses on enabling technologies and includes numerous optical applications.
Mike Hatcher talks to the architects behind the photonics technologies that Intel believes will revolutionize computing.
Lithography; neurotechnology; microscopy: micro-pixellated LED arrays are useful for a huge range of photonic applications.