University of Auckland project lowers light power needed when imaging sensitive organs.
Developers says their design for this precision "optical rule" could revolutionize clocks, telescopes, telecoms.
Mission to filter sunlight in earth’s surroundings to monitor damage to the ozone layer.
Stanford University technique pinpoints proteins within bacterial cells.
Chalmers University of Technology technique offers easier route to metalens manufacture.
Technique developed at Lehigh Center for Photonics and Nanoelectronics, boosts output of single-mode sources.
New technique could assist in diagnosis of cancer and other diseases.
Penn State diodes using transparent strontium niobate could lead to disinfection techniques.
Australian scientists develop controllable method to assemble single nanoparticles into advantageous templates.
Japanese-Dutch collaboration says "very thin" 3D photonic bandgap crystals are also powerful optical control devices.
Bristol University says its photon discovery is "major step" toward large-scale quantum applications.
Kobe University project combines fluorescence and phase information for analysis of stem cells.