Focusing on kesterites, Cu/Zn-based minerals, which promise economical, sustainable solar cells.
A structure built from thousands of polymer nanolayers produces a gradient of refractive responses within a single lens.
Research in Innsbruck suggests surplus heat can be recycled to power a quantum cascade laser.
Decoding the speckle pattern produced by an opaque scattering layer allows the object hiding behind to be imaged.
Novel sensor creates useful images from lowest level of photon interactions.
New FP7 consortium aims to accelerate the deployment of fast fiber-optic networks by simplifying installation.
The FP7 research program will design laser sources for use in biophotonics research and as clinical diagnostic tools.
Agency wants to provide soldiers with portable imaging kit operating in the visible, near-infrared and thermal ranges.
US researchers develop imaging technique able to visualize both blood flow and inherent stresses.
Lund University's head of atomic physics succeeds Wolfgang Sandner, who will move to the Extreme Light Infrastructure project in eastern Europe.
Strathclyde optics expert moves next-door to lead applied photonics programs.
Lund University will use the technique to study the behavior of transplanted cells in laboratory rats.