Finding more efficient solar cells is crucial to the search for sustainable energy options.
Many people are familiar with facial recognition software that may be used to access online bank accounts, unlock devices, and play games.
Scientists led by Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) have developed and simulated a new energy-efficient way to generate highly focused and finely controlled X-rays that are up to a thousand times more intense than those from traditional methods.
Spectrometers with hetero-integration capabilities and miniaturized features are required for lab-on-chip applications such as point-of-care diagnosis, the internet of things, and others to acquire real-time spectral data.
Laser pulses have been utilized by the newly developed technique to slice diamonds into thin wafers, thereby setting the stage for its adoption as a next-generation semiconductor material.
Modern data transfer, in which data is conveyed through fiber optic cables in the form of modulated light beams, is among other things made possible by the quick switching and modulation of light.
Global semiconductor developer BluGlass Limited is showcasing enhanced gallium nitride (GaN) laser products at Europe’s pre-eminent industry conference, Laser World of Photonics in Munich, Germany.
Toshiba Electronic Devices & Storage Corporation ("Toshiba") has launched "TLP3476S," a photorelay in the S-VSON4T package that cuts turn-on time to half that of Toshiba’s current product, TLP3475S.
Saelig Company, Inc. has introduced the SIGLENT SHA800A series, handheld portable spectrum analyzers which form a powerful, versatile choice for benchtop and field RF measurement applications.
The advantage of penetrating the majority of the substances has been made possible by X-Ray microscopes. Hence, this helps observe internal organs and skeletons in a non-invasive manner via chest CT scans and X-Rays.