ENS Paris-led group accelerates Raman spectroscopy, making it more practical for biomedical applications.
Scripps Research project uses lasers to inactivate specific neurons in rats.
University of Western Australia project could assist in cancer diagnosis and treatment.
University of St Andrews improves existing methods of using speckle to measure wavelength.
Associated fabrication facilities located in Southampton's Zepler Institute for Photonics and Nanoelectronics.
Laser concept is time-reversed: light source becomes perfect light absorber; device could offer applications in mobile and medical.
University of Houston project could open up new uses for microfluidic technology.
Four-year H2020 effort to develop silicon photonics-based air sensors “for everyone, everywhere”.
Carefully tailored wavefronts might assist in deep-tissue imaging and optogenetics.
Push by Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Optics, Friedrich Schiller University and Thuringia state designed to support young photonics entrepreneurs.
Planning new Centre for Doctoral Training in Machine Intelligence for Nano-electronic Devices & Systems – or “MINDS”.
Significant development led by Macquarie, Australia, could improve applications in quantum communication and optical quantum data processing.