Public awareness and willingness to come forward with symptoms will play an important role alongside the capabilities of technologies in the hands of health care professionals. Advances in optical imaging represent one route to improving these technologies, giving health care professionals the tools to detect cancer in its early stages.
Optics and Precise Wind Generation: A Key Step for Decarbonization?
By Rebecca Ingle, Ph.D
Real-Time Disease Detection Using Optics Technology
By Sarah Moore
The Role of Optics in Real-Time Pollution Detection
By Ilamaran Sivarajah
How Real-Time Image Recognition Has Shaped Modern Computers
How Optical Imaging Has Transformed Cancer and Rapid Diagnostics Testing
Plasmonic Optical Antennas for Broadband Polarization and Improved Infrared Detection
By Laura Thomson
New Type of Optical Device Created Using Alumina to Enhance Telescope Performance
Ultrafast Electron Microscope at Argonne can Better Capture Nanoparticle Activity
University of Surrey and Space Power Join Hands to Revolutionize Satellite Power Using Laser Beaming
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Large Diameter Optics, Mirrors & Optical Mounts
From Optical Surfaces Ltd.
Compact Terahertz Lasers for Everyday Applications
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In this interview, AZoM talks to Xiaolun Zeng, Product Manager of Telecoms at Iridian Spectral Technologies, about telecom filters, why they're important and how the field has advanced in recent times.
AZoOptics speaks to researcher Prabodhi Nanayakkara from the University of Surrey about her work involving the key design rules of curved X-ray detectors. Nanayakkara hopes the study's findings will make way for clearer and safer X-rays and radiation therapy.
Dr Martin Henneman
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The BC43 is a benchtop confocal microscope that is a super-compact unit that is rich in features and benefits, making it the ideal microscope for early-stage researchers and experienced microscopists alike.
Optical Surfaces supply reference and coated flat mirrors worldwide and regularly supply precision alignment devices for optical and engineering purposes.
With incredible low noise imaging, the ORCA-Quest qCMOS camera is the perfect choice for quantitative imaging across all industries and optics needs.