New method of producing "coherent matter" beams promises laser that would use one hundredth the power of conventional lasers.
Fraunhofer IOF development projects 400 images/s and creates 40 3D images/s.
Using a DVD drive as a laser scanning microscope could make blood analysis faster and cheaper.
Optical system based on the design of compound eyes allows wide field of view and infinite depth of field.
MOSIS collaborates with imec, Tyndall and ePIXfab to offer customers advanced design and prototyping services.
Such technology could be used for solid state lighting, full color displays, and sources for fluorescence bio and chemical detection.
A trio of projects indicate the variety of biophotonics research underway at University College, London.
Greater understanding of “S-GRIN” lens structure boosts design and performance.
"Black silicon" coating almost eliminates reflection losses of solar radiation.
Novel nanoscale device converts optical signal into waves that travel through metal.
Manufacture to be "more efficient, lower cost" from greater knowledge of electronic processes.
First UK Fraunhofer, focusing on solid state lasers, based at Strathclyde University.