EPFL project could assist in personalized medicine and at-home disease detection.
Awarded to Paul Heremans, Fellow and Director Large Area Electronics at imec and professor at KU Leuven, Belgium.
Higher efficiency and power for two-dimensional GaN-on-Si devices - without requiring color conversion.
High-energy pulses from the Thales source mark a significant project milestone.
UV LEDs now finding multiple applications in scanning-probe tips for electronics and biology, disinfection, water purification.
ENS Paris-led group accelerates Raman spectroscopy, making it more practical for biomedical applications.
Scripps Research project uses lasers to inactivate specific neurons in rats.
University of Western Australia project could assist in cancer diagnosis and treatment.
University of St Andrews improves existing methods of using speckle to measure wavelength.
Associated fabrication facilities located in Southampton's Zepler Institute for Photonics and Nanoelectronics.
Laser concept is time-reversed: light source becomes perfect light absorber; device could offer applications in mobile and medical.
University of Houston project could open up new uses for microfluidic technology.