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02 Oct 19
Fraunhofer IWM ready to scale-up glass-bending breakthrough

Laser-based process to shape glass sheets could be used in medical technology and industrial design.

02 Oct 19
ICFO light-sheet microscopy prototype promises better views of cell dynamics

The MAFIn project will develop a module suitable for attachment to existing LSM platforms.

30 Sep 19
ORC researchers set new records for hollow-core optical transmission

Southampton experts say future looks bright for hollow-core fiber, while presenting breakthroughs at ECOC 2019.

24 Sep 19
i-VISION project wins further funding

New research grant supports development of retinal prosthesis technology.

18 Sep 19
Chromacity joins 'deep tissue' laser development project

Compact optical parametric oscillators to be developed specifically for three-photon microscopy.

17 Sep 19
Nano-antenna IR detectors 'ready for industry transfer'

Ultra-thin detector layer improves thermal imaging sensitivity with dramatically reduced dark current, says Sandia development team.

17 Sep 19
Imec and NUS working on chip-based quantum cryptography

Aim is to develop and integrate all QKD key components in a single silicon-photonics chip to counter quantum-based threats.

17 Sep 19
MicroLED array improves light delivery for optogenetics

New system is aimed at optical stimulation and neuroscience in large animal models.

16 Sep 19
Solliance and Miasolé’s record conversion for flexible solar cells

23% efficiency achieved for flexible perovskite and CIGS-tandem design development.

16 Sep 19
High-speed wavefront shaping offers improved imaging in tissues

University of Colorado Boulder phase-control technique is an order of magnitude faster than other technologies.

12 Sep 19
Laser tweezers help stabilize atomic clock

Preliminary data suggest that trapping and controlling individual strontium atoms with light beams yields better performance.

11 Sep 19
Graphene key to terahertz space telescopes

Breakthrough at Chalmers University of Technology to “revolutionize sensors used in next-gen space telescopes.”

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