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05 Dec 22
Stanford says its chip-scale laser isolator ‘could transform photonics’

Fabricated by established manufacturing processes, ring-shaped device is made of silicon nitride.

02 Dec 22
EPFL develops silicon PICs with new form of light amplification

“Traveling-wave amplifier” can boost optical signals in lidar, sub-sea fiber links, and data centers.

01 Dec 22
Blue laser diode enables micro-optics to better control beam shape

Convergent Photonics-ams Osram combination yields precision laser modules for advanced surgery or welding.

01 Dec 22
Heriot-Watt team improves robustness of quantum communications...

...and ICFO group transports two-photon quantum states over specially-adapted optical fiber.

01 Dec 22
Ganvix signs epitaxy deal to develop green VCSELs

Agreement with equipment provider BluGlass aiming to produce surface-emitting devices based on gallium nitride.

30 Nov 22
U Penn develops optical method to detect O2 use in brain

To obtain a detailed picture of cerebral metabolic rate of oxygen consumption.

30 Nov 22
Flir announces partnership with RealWear, a developer of AR wearables

RealWear adds thermal camera to its Navigator range; and Ulefone debuts cellphone with Flip Lepton camera.

30 Nov 22
Femtosecond spectroscopy points to laser-tuned photosynthesis

Lund University images photosynthesis dynamics to show how gas emissions might be controlled.

30 Nov 22
Fraunhofer speeds up virus analysis using laser-induced transport

B-Cell-Immune project could allow faster response to new viruses and pandemics.

30 Nov 22
Seno Medical launches optoacoustic imaging system for breast cancer

Combined with ultrasound, the 'Imagio' system helps distinguish between benign and malignant tumors.

29 Nov 22
Nagoya presents CW lasing of deep-UV laser diode at room temperature

Development led by 2014 Nobel laureate Hiroshi Amano at Institute of Materials & Systems for Sustainability.

29 Nov 22
Steerable soft 'fiber' robots could enhance medical applications

Using optical fiber making ideas enables development of soft robots with advanced motion control.

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