HighLight FL4000CSM-ARM developed at revamped Center of Excellence for Fiber Lasers in Finland.
A round-up of this week's coronavirus-related news and countermeasures from the photonics industry.
Belgium-based Perseus Biomics said to have developed a novel optical method for analyzing gut flora.
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.
Reflowable CameraCubeChip™ performs well in darkness; could make the technology more affordable, says developer.
UK optics firm looks to control cash but says all of its US facilities are now back up and running.
Kobe University project combines fluorescence and phase information for analysis of stem cells.
New imaging technique Knife-Edge Scanning Microscopy gives insight into neurons' role in heart attacks and other conditions.
Bosses agree to waive salaries as the machine vision firm takes significant steps to reduce costs.
UCI project aims to employ sources from disc players to disinfect surfaces.
Photonics industry is experiencing one of its worst declines in revenue in decades, say Spectaris and Optecnet associations.