Key figures from the world of silicon photonics update optics.org on the latest progress in this perennially hot topic.
A European consortium will use laser-based additive manufacturing to produce substrates on which skin grafts can grow.
CMOS-based optoelectronic device supports low-light applications such as fluorescence imaging.
Superior properties of environmentally-friendly Puravis glass fiber give improved transmission.
The frequency-doubled 532 nm diode unveiled at Photonics West indicates that green sources remain the subject of much attention.
With organic LED TVs dominating the tech headlines, a new European collaboration will focus on a 'third wave' of flexible displays.
A new grant to the Medical College of Wisconsin will fund further development of a technique to image individual retina cells.
Collaboration to develop and sell new generation of high-bandwidth optoelectronic devices for military, aerospace and harsh environments.
Lighting giant says it could release GaN-on-silicon chips to the market in two years, further reducing the cost of solid-state lighting.
Integrated Fabry-Perot filters can make HSI systems smaller and more versatile, especially for biomedical applications.
Korean equipment developer adapts LED production method to make new 'IGZO' thin-film transistors that may feature in Apple's next iPad.
Photonics and organic electronics projects with aggregate funding of more than €110M have kicked off in the past few weeks.
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