Strathclyde leading UK project Laser Imaging of Turbine Engine Combustion Species to improve combustion modeling.
Achieved by coating powder grains with nanoparticles made of silver.
TUAT project reconstructs holographic stills into moving image at 30 frames per second.
Client is US Air Force Research Lab; previous developments include 785+ Surface Enhanced Spectrometer.
LZH project aims to develop platform for imaging and removal of cement during arthroplasty.
Based on thin film of lithium niobate bonded on silica, chip offers potential in datacoms, microwave- and quantum photonics.
German Space Agency scientist explains how laser space-earth comms system is miniaturised and performance maximised.
Hitachi group develops more economical, compact lidar system for the growing ADAS technology market.
University of Toronto team's optically pumped device is one of many avenues of research into next-generation LEDs and lasers.
University of Virginia tackles the current challenges in understanding the brain.
Korean firm looks beyond LCD and OLED, with new generation of screens based on direct quantum-dot emitter layers.
KAIST project combines intravital imaging and new labelling dye to show cellular mechanisms.
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