Method developed by the University of Twente and Philips Lighting boosts efficiency, makes for powerful design tools.
Cambridge-led team finds that earlier temporary treatment of next-gen cells can be made permanent under condition of ideal humidity.
Bielefeld University and partners will develop methods to study how liver cells change over time.
Adaptive optics helps reveal how color signals are conveyed on a cellular level.
Edinburgh project could help doctors follow progress of probes within the human body.
Project led by ICFO could boost performance of detectors in astronomy and information processing.
High power beam can break down toxic waste, promising better soil remediation, says Northeastern University research group.
Researchers at KTH say they are "one step closer" by integrating quantum dots in silicon-based photonic chips.
University of Cambridge project improves understanding of vascular dynamics in prostate cancer.
Firms sign MOU to develop vehicles overlaid with high-efficiency solar cells; prototype expected by end of 2017.
Cambridge-led team achieves graphene-like results with black phosphorus, promising new photonics devices based on inkjet method.
University of Amsterdam technique could image nerves in real-time during clinical procedures.