The detrimental impact of carbon emissions on the ocean is recorded in marine microfossils, revealing ancient climate data to help scientists gain a deeper understanding of how ecosystems are being affected.
The Use of Raman Spectroscopy in Remote Landmine Detection Technology
By Rebecca Ingle, Ph.D
The Future of Energy-Efficient Optical Transistors
Next-Generation Laser Technology: Vertical-Cavity Lasers Can Act Together as a Single Laser
By Sarah Moore
Using Microscopy to Study Marine Microfossils for Climate Research
The Implications of Using Light to Control Molecular Motion
By Laura Thomson
Studying Extreme Plasmas and the Relationship Between Energy and Matter with the Most Powerful Lasers in the World
By Ben Pilkington
New Method Produces Lens for Focused Image or Spectrum
Researchers Develop a Novel Approach to Design, Fabricate Thin-Film Infrared Light Sources
Luxinar Welcomes Careers Collaboration on Day of Photonics
From Luxinar Ltd
New Ophir® Laser Beam Propagation System Supports Long Rayleigh Length Lasers in Material Processing and Micromachining Applications
From MKS Instruments, Inc.
Review: History and Development of White Light-Emitting Diodes Based on Single Emissive Layer
Study Identifies New Mechanism of Carbon Coating Degradation in Optical Fibers
21 October to Celebrate Day of Photonics 2021
Researchers Discuss Advanced III-V-on-Silicon Photonic Integration
Optical Circuit Switches can Enhance Switching Performance in Datacenters
Professor David Amabilino
AZoOptics speaks to Professor David Amabilino about recent breakthrough research looking at how self-made fibers guide molecular movement using light.
In this interview, AZoOptics speaks to Rob Watkinson about the challenges for optical systems in nuclear inspection.
In this interview, AZoOptics interviews Rob Webb, Product Sales Specialist for IDS Imaging Development Systems GmbH, about inference cameras, and their role in AI applications.
The Optical Surfaces series of OS mounts were designed for holding off-axis paraboloids, flats and spheres in applications where stability is vital.
With incredible low noise imaging, the ORCA-Quest qCMOS camera is the perfect choice for quantitative imaging across all industries and optics needs.
Surface inspection for defects on the shop floor can be achieved with the 4D InSpec surface gauge.