Novel approach to separation and creation of new phases could lead to new ways of manipulating matter and making crystals.
SPIE’s smart materials conference learns about Delaware’s eco-friendly panels that switch from transparent to opaque.
KIT/EPFL team uses soliton frequency comb to profile 150m/s speeding bullet with micrometer accuracy.
Ferenc Krausz and colleagues develop powerful disk-based oscillator covering much of the molecular 'fingerprint' spectrum.
Harvard-Argonne partnership develops technology, with flexible features such as fast scanning and beam steering.
Technology providing 5 µm resolution imagery but requiring no external light source made freely downloadable by Australian developers.
University of Valencia implant corrects the condition by acting as a diffractive lens.
Optical fiber sensors that can be safely implanted into the body could assist diagnosis and treatment.
Economically measures wavelengths not visible to the human eye; applications in food and consumer product safety.
Researchers at Harvard and Columbia develop system to convert one wavelength of light into another without phase-matching.
Ruhr-University Bochum and University of Basel project uses quantum switches to boost resolution.
TU Wien MEMS device built around optical element is less prone to distortion than comparable devices.