The laboratories of Dr Silvia de Santis and Dr Santiago Canals, both of the Institute of Neurosciences UMH-CSIC (Alicante, Spain), have used diffusion-weighted magnetic resonance imaging to show brain inflammation for the first moment and in considerable detail.
Staring through a microscope at samples of material for hours on end, attempting to locate monolayers, is one of the most laborious and intimidating tasks for undergraduate assistants in university research laboratories.
Researchers at TU Wien (Vienna) have developed a method to guide individual cells to the appropriate place with laser-guided precision.
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Due to their excellent efficiency, micro-LEDs have been employed in a variety of applications, including micro-displays, visible light communication, optical biochips, wearable devices, and biosensors.
TriLite, developer of the world's smallest projection display, announces that it is working with Dispelix, the leader in see-through waveguides for wearables, to create an ultra-compact display system for Augmented Reality (AR) smart glasses.
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e-con Systems™, a leading embedded camera company, launches DepthVista – a Time of Flight (ToF) camera that comes with a combination of a ToF depth sensor for depth measurement and the AR0234 color global shutter sensor from Onsemi for object identification.
Candles create a warm light ideal for an unforgettable dinner or a relaxing evening at home. However, other illumination options, such as electric candles, emit harmful blue wavelengths that disrupt the circadian cycle.
Teledyne will display their newest products and solutions at Automate 2022 exhibition taking place June 6-9, in Detroit, Michigan.
A group of researchers from the Cavendish Laboratory along with their co-workers at the Universities of Augsburg (Germany) and Lancaster has discovered a novel physical effect when two-dimensional electron systems are subjected to terahertz waves.
Three-dimensional (3D) mapping can be used to monitor building sites, track the impacts of climate change on ecosystems, and assess the safety of roads and bridges, among other things.
Researchers looked at how grid sampling, or the simulation’s resolution, affects the number of observable branch points in a wave-optics simulation. They also wanted to learn more about the effects of a non-zero inner turbulence scale on simulation results.
Researchers at the University of Central Florida are working on new photonic materials that could someday aid in the development of low-power, ultra-fast light-based computing.
Metasurfaces are a potential technology for wearable electronics, especially virtual and augmented reality systems, since they use carefully designed and structured nanostructures on a flat surface to target, shape, and manipulate light.