Capasso Laboratory is using threads of light layered in 2D sheets of controlled light arrays.
Technique using plasmon resonance could show details of immune response and cancers.
Mammographic density estimates based on the visual scores of radiologists.
Controlled properties include wavelength, focus, direction, and polarization; with apps in novel quantum devices.
NIST-JILA’s comb technology could also detect other diseases, such as COPD, lung cancer, and kidney failure.
USTC approach exploits scattering to improve realism.
Performing flow analyses with 3D models to optimize aerodynamics.
Findings promise “more efficient wireless communications and significantly improved lasers”.
Improved absorption during plasma-dispersion pushes modulators to perform better.
Design based on Schmidt telescopes and the eyes of scallops could enhance several microscopy techniques.
Efficiency and power output at two wavelengths boosted while still using the same input.
Full EUV power at “laboratory scale” achieved by Robert Klas from Friedrich Schiller University.