Hubs at Birmingham, Glasgow, Oxford, and York aiming to “revolutionize sensing, timing, imaging, computing, secure comms.”
Customer in Russia plans to ramp production of titanium alloy cages used as treatment for herniated discs and degenerative spinal injuries.
Technique developed at Carnegie Mellon University enables noninvasive imaging of delicate organs through turbid media.
US government continues to invest heavily in military camera and sensing technologies for aircraft and warfighters.
Phase shift deflectometry technique locates the topographical defects that other optical metrology tools cannot.
Indian space agency launches Chandrayaan-2, featuring Lynred-built hardware to search for lunar water.
Technology developed at EPFL uses refractive index information to compile 3D images of cells.
Montana State University integrates MEMS device into microscope objective for a high-NA platform.
Dutch university spin out Quix says its "Swiss army knife" photonic chip also works as a quantum processor.
UK's Institute of Physics accolade is presented annually for “world-leading contributions to physics.”
Safer sources, at 85 per cent efficiency, achieved using laser-pumped silica fiber doped with holmium.
Nedo, Sharp and Toyota collaborate on photovoltaic car based on solar cell and battery combination; road testing, later this month.