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Harnessing and controlling light is essential for advancing technology, encompassing energy harvesting, computation, communications, and biomedical sensing.
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A groundbreaking algorithm has successfully tackled the challenge of microscopy resolution by employing pixel reassignment.
Dynamic cell tracking is a fundamental requirement for modeling cellular interactions during organ formation, such as the heart.
The National Institute of Information and Communications Technology has introduced an innovative design for a superconducting strip photon detector, facilitating remarkably efficient photon detection across a wide strip.
From detecting COVID in the breath to monitoring greenhouse gas concentrations, laser technologies known as frequency combs can identify particular molecules as simple as carbon dioxide and as complex as monoclonal antibodies with unparalleled accuracy and sensitivity.
Holographic imaging has long grappled with unpredictable distortions in dynamic settings, making it a formidable challenge.
Researchers have developed a new method for 3D printing metal that could help reduce costs and make more efficient use of resources.
Partners in the DAALI project, Jürgen Volz and Arno Rauschenbeutel of the Department of Physics at the Humboldt University of Berlin, have provided fresh insights into the light-scattering behavior of fluorescent atoms that could have applications in quantum communication.
With DELO DUALBOND OB6799, DELO is launching an adhesive that has been optimized to meet the high optical requirements of modern driver assistance systems.
Researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and their colleagues have created a superconducting camera with 400,000 pixels—400 times more than any other device of its type.
Magritek has made benchtop NMR suitable for the rapid identification and quantitation of analytes during chemical reactions, in batch and continuous flow processes.
The Thermal by FLIR program is a cooperative product development and marketing program. It supports original equipment manufacturers to integrate Teledyne FLIR thermal camera modules into products.