One of the most recognized parts of a camera, the lens, is no longer required to shoot an image that is totally in focus.
Scientists have captured fast-moving hydrogen atoms in motion, which are essential in innumerable biological and chemical activities.
Prof. Dr Felix Deschler’s research group at Heidelberg University’s Institute for Physical Chemistry produced a semiconductor that effectively creates light while also imparting a spin on that light.
Imaging weakly scattering phase objects, such as cells, has been a focus of research in a variety of domains, including biomedical sciences, for decades.
The inclusion of nonlinear optical functions in integrated optics has recently generated considerable interest. The potential for integrated photonic systems has been demonstrated in demonstrations.
An interdisciplinary research team has developed a groundbreaking technique wherein laser light beams can be deflected solely using air through an innovative approach.
Scientists at Osaka Metropolitan University have achieved precision printing with an innovative optical vortex laser-based technique, allowing precise placement of minuscule droplets with micrometer-scale accuracy.
Researchers at Helmholtz Munich and the Technical University of Munich have made significant progress in advancing high-resolution optoacoustic imaging for clinical use.
The nature of electrons within liquids plays a pivotal role in governing a wide array of chemical reactions, thereby influencing crucial processes within organisms and the global ecosystem.
Researchers have pioneered an innovative technology capable of visualizing sound waves and minute imperfections within crystals.
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Scientists recently created chip-based photonic resonators that function in the ultraviolet (UV) and visible regions of the spectrum and display a record low UV light loss.
Researchers from École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) display that it is possible to make a femtosecond laser that fits in the palm of one’s hand with the help of a glass substrate.
A groundbreaking pixelated soft color-changing system referred to as Morphable Concavity Array (MoCA) has been developed by scientists at the University of Hong Kong (HKU).
Water and sewerage companies are installing Meteor MRC remote cameras at an increasing number of wastewater discharge and storm overflow locations.