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11 Jan 23
LZH expands test methods to modern high-performance optics with partners

With Laseroptik and Raylase to adapt testing for optics to modern high-power components.

11 Jan 23
New views of cerebral blood flow from near-IR spectroscopy

Poland's ICTER uses parallel interferometry to monitor prefrontal cortex.

10 Jan 23
European consortium launches €19M infrared sensor project

'HEROIC' effort coordinated by Lynred aims to achieve European sovereignty for military applications.

05 Jan 23
Carnegie Mellon enhances expansion microscopy to see cells and structures

Experimental strategy overcomes longtanding challenges of expansion technique and improves resolution.

05 Jan 23
Columbia develops ‘fingertip-sized’ lasers emitting from near-UV to near-IR

Developers describe it as “a significant miniaturization advance for quantum optics and laser displays for AR/VR”.

04 Jan 23
NIST and US Oceanic Administration upgrade ocean optical sensor

“MOBY-Refresh” will enable more precise undersea measurements of sunlight’s wavelengths for environmental monitoring.

03 Jan 23
ICFO images chirality at ultrafast speeds

Laser pulses could help to reveal details of molecular dynamics.

03 Jan 23
CELIA researchers laser-drill long, crack-free micro-holes in glass

Bordeaux team employs femtosecond laser in gigahertz-burst mode; potential benefits for electronics.

03 Jan 23
LZH partnership on multimodal microscopy aiming to better detect bacteria

Project PriMe intended to speed classification of biofilms with marker-free, contactless imaging.

22 Dec 22
Novel programmable microwave photonic filter offers ‘widest’ dynamic range

University of Twente team claims “major breakthrough” in performance of RF signal processors.

22 Dec 22
Meyer Burger pushes for perovskite with new research consortium

Swiss maker of high-end solar cells works with world-leading labs to industrialize tandem cells yielding more than 30% efficiency.

21 Dec 22
Directional on-chip laser enables live hologram technology

TMOS project combines InP and nanowire design for miniaturized medical devices.

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