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20 May 24
Toronto research finds 21 new sources for organic solid-state lasers...

...while Toptica launches FemtoFiber ultra series for multi-photon microscopy, and lithography.

07 May 24
Copenhagen scientist develops optical magnetometer to spot flaws in MRI scans...

...while WUSL’s “optical barcodes” offer new applications in biomedical diagnostics.

02 May 24
Machine learning harnessed to enhance high-power lasers

LLNL, Fraunhofer ILT, and ELI partner to optimize high-intensity laser technology.

01 May 24
Hyperspectral rigid-scope set to assist imaging of tissues, blood vessels, nerves

Industrial applications should also benefit from Tokyo University of Science near-infrared platform.

01 May 24
Tyndall’s Photonics Packaging Group partners with MIT on chip development...

...and Ohio State and Tyndall collaborate on research into visible light-wave generation.

30 Apr 24
Max Planck develops method to speed up spectroscopic analysis

Expands application of compressed sensing to room temperature measurements.

25 Apr 24
LZH develops LIBS system for exploring submerged cultural artefacts...

...and QCi wins Johns Hopkins order for ‘revolutionary’ underwater lidar prototype.

24 Apr 24
ICFO develops QUIONE, quantum simulator that observes individual atoms…

…and Toshiba-Single Quantum collaboration doubles range of secure QKD communications.

18 Apr 24
TriEye and Vertilas demo long-wavelength VCSEL camera

Collaboration combines CMOS-based infrared sensor with 1300 nm emitter array.

17 Apr 24
Riken ultrafast pulses set to reveal how chemical reactions evolve

Technique using two kinds of nonlinear crystal amplifies single-cycle pulses to new energy levels.

17 Apr 24
PriFUSIO foundation for laser fusion research formed in Germany

Federal Ministry of Education & Research awards €18 million for project over next three years.

11 Apr 24
Novel UV broadband spectrometer revolutionizes air pollution analysis

TU Graz's laser-based technology enables continual RT monitoring of contaminants.

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