...and University of Strathclyde devises ‘simple’ way of sculpting matter into complex shapes by laser.
Computational image processing reveals obscured objects, could assist automotive and medical uses.
Munich-based, Nasdaq-listed firm is focused on laser communications for air / space / mobile applications.
Laser additive manufacturing enabling more durable, better-fitting false teeth.
NYCU Taiwan project uses material's light-guiding properties to detect sugar concentrations.
TU Denmark-developed device cuts aliasing, achieving sharp beam steering over large field of view.
Technique opens route to pressure-monitoring bandages, shade-shifting fabrics, and touch-sensing robots.
Such ultrastrong and ductile high-performance materials have applications in aerospace, medical industries.
Sensor being developed at Aston and Harper-Adams universities optically analyzes plant VOC emissions.
To enhance sustainability in 3D laser printing for architectural components and more.
Academic-commercial partnership highlights nano-components most likely to create impact in imaging.
Waveguides controlling emitted light play a part in increased measurement accuracy.
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