Collaboration between Physical Sciences, Inc and Georgia Tech is one of several optics projects to gain ‘Phase I’ support.
Single material surfaces withstand the heat from high-powered, continuous lasers – as shown by recent U.S. Navy testing.
$2M funding for ‘Phase III’ study to develop more efficient space propulsion using solar pressure.
Cellvizio endoscopy could assist accurate discrimination during diagnosis of pulmonary nodules.
Metasurface-based technology developed at St. Andrews could be used to optically encrypt information.
Novel thermophotovoltaic cell beats previous record of 32% promising better thermal energy storage applications.
Platform combining microscopy and laser detachment of cells is among new tools for researchers.
Ultra high-speed chips combining photonics and electronics will accelerate AI advances.
Rochester and Erlangen team uses lasers to control real and virtual charge.
Compound semiconductor foundry is also commercializing new, larger wafers to boost VCSEL production.
New way to conjure an image from flat optical surface could lead to novel displays.
For bedside biomedical analyses applications in low-tech environments; copes well with challenging climates.