Many details of the wall and ceiling frescos in the cloister of Brandenburg Cathedral have faded. The plaster on which horses once 'galloped' now appears more or less bare.
Continue Reading »
The IOP's most prestigious accolade has been awarded to Professor Eli Yablonovitch for his visionary and foundational contributions to photonic nanostructures.
Researchers have developed a new method to effectively control light pulses in densely packed nanoscale waveguides, paving the way to ultra-compact, ultra-high density integrated photonic circuitry.
Electrical engineers have broken key barriers that limit the distance information can travel in fiber optic cables and still be accurately deciphered by a receiver.
30,000 years ago, prehistoric man wielded animal bones as needles to suture otherwise lethal wounds. This tactic has been used, and improved upon, over time and remains the basis of surgical procedures conducted today.
In this interview, Susanne Dröscher from greenTEG talks about the new additions to their OEM-focused gRAY product line, which will be be exhibited at LASER World of PHOTONICS in Munich, June 21-25 2015.
In this interview, as part of our coverage of the International Year of Light 2015, Wesley Legant talks about his work on lattice light sheet microscopy, which represents a leap forward in live-cell imaging.
Mark Donaghy from Raptor Photonics talks about Ninox, their new cooled VIS-SWIR InGaAs camera. The Ninox integrates the latest sensor technology with TEC or water cooling to -20°C for low noise imaging.
In this Insights from Industry interview, Benno Oderkerk, CEO of Avantes, talks to AZoOptics about the last 20 years of innovation at Avantes, the celebrations for the company's 20th anniversary, and their plans for the future.
Dr Chris Tisse, CTO at ULIS, talks to AZoOptics about Energy Efficient High-precision Thermal Imaging Sensor Arrays and the innovations currently taking place with ULIS.
AZoOptics.com provides this information service in accordance
with these terms and conditions.