As per data obtained from the United Nations’ telecommunications agency, 93% of the world’s population has access to a mobile-broadband network of some type. Since data has turned easily available to consumers, there is also a craving to get more of it with higher speeds.
Scientists at Karolinska Institute used an innovative three-dimensional imaging technology to discover that one part of the autonomic nervous system in the liver experiences severe degeneration in non-alcoholic fatty liver disease.
Teledyne is pleased to announce the release of its new Lt Series USB3 high resolution cameras. With robust enclosures and fully locking USB3 connectors, these new cameras are built for rugged 24/7 use.
HORIBA UK announces the first UK installation of its Fluorolog-QM modular research-grade fluorescence spectrometer, the world’s highest-performance fluorescence analyser.
A team of scientists at Los Alamos National Laboratory propose that modulated quantum metasurfaces can control all properties of photonic qubits, a breakthrough that could impact the fields of quantum information, communications, sensing and imaging, as well as energy and momentum harvesting.
A new type of microscope for non-destructive imaging of delicate structures is to be developed by the University of Liverpool QUASAR group, based in the Cockcroft Institute, with spin-out company D-Beam.
With the looming threat of climate change, it is high time we embrace renewable energy sources on a larger scale. Photovoltaic systems, which generate electricity from the nearly limitless supply of sunlight energy, are one of the most promising ways of generating clean energy.
The photovoltaic effect of ferroelectric crystals can be increased by a factor of 1,000 if three different materials are arranged periodically in a lattice.
The oil industry, pharmaceutical companies and bioreactor manufacturers all face one common enemy: bubbles. Bubbles can form during the manufacturing or transport of various liquids, and their formation and rupture can cause significant issues in product quality.
Smiths Detection today announced with New Zealand Aviation Security Service that it has completed deployment of 18 units of its new Ultraviolet light tray disinfection kit to help enhance public health and safety at airports across the country.
An industrial research collaboration between scientists and engineers from Ireland, the Netherlands, and Germany have found a way to pack more data into existing internet cables to ramp up speeds to 40 Tb per second – fast enough to download 5,000 Standard Definition Netflix films in a second.
PhotonicLEAP, a European Horizon 2020 collaborative research project, has been awarded over €5 million Euros in funding from the European Commission to develop disruptive technologies that will drive down the cost of integrated photonic packaging and test processes.
Providing top-rated lasers for high-end customers is the core of the Chilas mission. For those with demanding laser requirements for their product, this is an opportunity to attend Chilas’ new product launch and be among the first to discover the possibilities it can offer.
The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency is funding a team of Rochester Institute of Technology imaging scientists to study the limits of spectral remote sensing imaging systems.
Diseases in the central nervous system (CNS), like Alzheimer’s disease (AD), show up early at the microscopic, or cellular, level deep within the brain.