Griffith University's Institute for Glycomics has made scientific history by determining the first three-dimensional image of a protein linked to the spread of cancer.
Scientists have successfully developed the world's fastest nanoscale all-optical switch. The device uses plasmonic nanoparticles and can transfer terabits of data on a femtosecond scale
Two researchers from the University of Utah have formulated an environmentally friendly method to manufacture LEDs from food and beverage waste. It is hoped that this method will reduce the need to use toxic elements in LED production.
The Discovery of the Cosmic Microwave Background
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Fresnel's Wave Theory of Light
General Relativity - Embedding Light at the Heart of Cosmology
Avlite Launches ICAO Type A and Type B LED Medium Intensity Obstruction Light to Enhance Aviation Safety
ADVA Optical Networking Announces Acquisition of mic AG's Engineering Division
Sheffield and Southampton Researchers Collaborate on New Photonics Hub
Entry Level Multi-Functional Controller for Microscope Accessories
From Prior Scientific Instruments Ltd.
Renesas Introduces Advanced-Functionality Optical Image Stabilizer Driver IC
Incognito Camera Enables Inconspicuous Videos and Photos with a Camera Phone
Professor Prashant Sarswat
A research team at the University of Utah recently developed a method for the synthesis of quantum dot LEDS from food waste. AZoOptics talked to lead researcher, Professor Prashant K Sarswat, about the technology behind this breakthrough.
Dr. Susanne Dröscher
In this interview, Susanne Dröscher from greenTEG talks about the new OEM-focused additions to their gRAY product line, which will be launched at LASER World of PHOTONICS in Munich, June 21-25 2015.
In this interview, Mark Donaghy from Raptor Photonics talks to AZoOptics about Ninox, their new cooled SWIR InGaAs camera. With the latest sensor technology and air/water cooling to -20°C, the Ninox is an attractive proposition for many advanced imaging applications.