Achievement "opens up completely new applications for the already commercially successful OLED-technology."
Three projects, two photonics, one IT, designed to meet ballooning demand for optical network automation and boost data capacity.
Researchers at Vienna University of Technology have significantly speeded up a two-photon solid prototyping technique.
Austrian researchers show that an advanced form of the spectroscopic technique can detect explosive materials inside containers from 100 meters.
Two new products demonstrate the company's faith in silicon carbide-based LEDs for performance and efficacy.
Key figures from the world of silicon photonics update optics.org on the latest progress in this perennially hot topic.
A European consortium will use laser-based additive manufacturing to produce substrates on which skin grafts can grow.
CMOS-based optoelectronic device supports low-light applications such as fluorescence imaging.
Superior properties of environmentally-friendly Puravis glass fiber give improved transmission.
The frequency-doubled 532 nm diode unveiled at Photonics West indicates that green sources remain the subject of much attention.
With organic LED TVs dominating the tech headlines, a new European collaboration will focus on a 'third wave' of flexible displays.
A new grant to the Medical College of Wisconsin will fund further development of a technique to image individual retina cells.