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Identifying wear level is an important objective in many engineering and industrial settings, as this information can be used to boost efficiency, minimize costs, and avoid accidents. Ideally, detecting surface wear should be carried out with a cost-effective method that is easy to use.
Scanning microwave impedance microscopy (sMIM) can be used to obtain information about the electrical properties of a material as well as its metrology.
This article looks at the recent technology used in drones and how it benefits different applications.
Significant advancements in Raman spectroscopy techniques that have been achieved in recent years have facilitated the development of Raman spectroscopy for a variety of biomedical applications.
A team of scientists in California has proposed a methodology for the reconstruction of one-dimensional surface slope profiles using a spatial frequency range where the measurement instrument’s limited resolution has confounded the raw data.
The Apollo is the first event-based camera for cryo-EM. The incredibly rapid data processing has several advantages for the experiment, aside from the reduced data processing times.
Swedish researchers have developed a unique, game-changing microcomb that could bring advanced applications a step closer.
Fiber optics will play a significant role in developing industry 4.0 as companies leverage its advanced methods of data transmission to implement automation into every corner of industry.
Here, we discuss the importance of NIR spectroscopy in exploring biological tissues, its current developments, and how it may be used in the future.
Metalenses are flat surfaces etched with nanostructures that manipulate and focus light. They possess unique properties that cannot be achieved with conventional diffractive surfaces.