Researchers at the University of Rostock in partnership with scientists of the Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research in Stuttgart have produced and measured the shortest electron pulse to date by employing ultrafast laser flashes.
Modulight Corp. has received an approval from the US Food and Drug Administration FDA for its ML6710i laser device for the treatment of wet age-related macular degeneration (AMD) in the United States, which was already expected in 2021 and discussed in the listing prospectus.
At the Vienna University of Technology (TU Wien), a novel technology for producing X-Ray laser pulses has been developed. This is simpler and highly efficient compared to ever before.
A European consortium headed by the University of Geneva (UNIGE), École Polytechnique (Paris), EPFL, hes-so, and TRUMPF has managed to direct lightning by making use of a high-power laser installed at the top of Mount Säntis located in Switzerland.
Since space missions seem to be more in-depth into the outer solar system, the requirement for highly compact, resource-conserving, and precise analytical tools has become highly crucial—specifically because the search for extraterrestrial life and habitable moons or planets continues.
Drawing upon decades of experience - Optical Surfaces Ltd. is regularly selected by leading laser research groups including AWE, ELI, LULI, and CLF Rutherford to provide ultra-smooth focusing mirrors and other related optics for the most demanding high-power laser applications.
The need for smaller periodic nanostructures continues to grow as nanotechnology develops. Laser-induced periodic surface structure (LIPSS) has been earmarked as a viable alternative to the current expensive and specialized nanofabrication methods.
Internet traffic by global consumers increased four-fold between 2017 and 2022 with a 31% compound annual growth rate. It will attain 4.8 ZB yearly by 2022, or 396 Exabytes (EB) every month.
Numerous industries, including telecommunications, remote sensing, and even medicine, use lasers. A device or material can produce laser emission, or lasing, in a variety of ways.
A new method, depending on laser ablation, has been developed by researchers to perform biopsies quicker, more affordably, and in a way less detrimental to the patient.