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14 Oct 20
Fraunhofer ILT refines laser welding of martensitic chromium steels

Alloys are suited to electric vehicle battery cases; development is part of German AiF research project FAAM.

12 Oct 20
CEA LETI prints pixelated hologram on miniature 6 x 6mm component

Achievement by French research group opens the door to holograms being presented on augmented reality glasses.

07 Oct 20
LambdaVision artificial retina technology voyages to ISS

Earth orbit will allow study of effects of microgravity on light-activated proteins.

30 Sep 20
Lensless imaging points to lower-cost bioimaging and disease diagnosis

Penn State project employs scattering masks to enable multi-image reconstruction.

29 Sep 20
ETHZ-led group shows that nervous system directly influences immune system

Optogenetics researchers in Switzerland and US have optically stimulated nerve fibers in living mice.

29 Sep 20
Combined photoacoustic and fluorescence imaging reveals blood dynamics

CNRS project incorporates wavefront shaping and could allow new images of brain function.

28 Sep 20
Fraunhofer ISE group hits 14.9% organic solar cell conversion

Partnership with Materials Research Center at U Freiburg achieves “record efficiency” for area >1cm².

23 Sep 20
Ultrafast optical imaging hits 15 trillion frames per second

Shenzhen University parametric technique sets record for high-spatial-resolution imaging.

22 Sep 20
Optical Wi-Fi enables ultrafast underwater communication

EPFL spin-off Hydromea develops mini-optical modem that works at 6,000m under the sea.

21 Sep 20
Multicolor 3D-printing promises novel optical devices

Yokohama National University platform controls polymerization and suppresses air bubbles.

18 Sep 20
Fraunhofer CAP leads £10m drive to progress optical-quantum technology

QT Assemble project to focus on device improvements with waveguide writing and monolithic integration.

16 Sep 20
Laser pulse turns optical fiber nanotip into versatile electron gun

Oak Ridge project offers easier generation of electrons for nanoscale imaging and sensing.

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