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.
Medical University of Vienna method corrects for aberrations digitally without adaptive lenses.
Professor Qing Hu’s tiny but high-efficiency terahertz laser suitable for imaging and chemical detection.
Tweak to perovskite material used, anti-reflective texturing, and index-matching help push performance beyond standalone silicon.
Earth Explorer programme, scheduled to launch in 2022, will study health of our crops and plants from space.
UCF demonstrates “fastest ever light pulse”, a 53-attosecond X-ray flash, beating its own 67-attosecond EUV burst, set in 2012.
Innovate UK-funded DiLaN partnership is using nano-imprint lithography to develop sources for next-gen comms.
Neurotechnology hubs at Cornell, Columbia, Stanford, Brown and other universities funded via latest BRAIN scheme.
Wider field-of-view single-lens platform could enhance suitability for several applications.