Joint initiative by seven countries and regions aims to stimulate new biophotonics-related R&D projects.
US developer Silevo ramps high volume production; IEC and UL validation of Triex™ technology
Small business technology transfer (STTR) proposal from the Air Force Office of Scientific Research looks to imitate compound eyes.
Results are interesting for treating skin cancer (melanoma) and nervous system tumors, known as gliomas.
New measuring technique 'brings closer' improvements in solar fuel development.
Laser pulse lasting just 67 attoseconds improves on previous best of 80 attoseconds set by German team in 2008.
Sees modular open-systems approach as best way to develop a directed-energy laser gun with a maximum 150 kW output.
Seven-person team working on laser-matter interaction with implications for fusion picks up 2012 prize.
Darmstadt lasers emit over 100nm range: a new world record for single semiconductor source.
Technology that promises semiconductor lasers with on-chip polarization control developed by team at University of Glasgow.
Pentacene-doped organic active material that amplifies at 1.45 GHz may one day find applications in molecular biology.
Novel growth platform will enable manufacture of large optical-grade windows for military, industrial applications.