Fluence sp. z o.o. is a market innovator in femtosecond fiber laser technology and diagnostics devices, and today we are delighted to announce the launch of an exciting partnership with Laser Lines – a well-respected supplier of industrial & scientific lasers throughout the UK.
The next generation of optical fibre could be a step closer as a new study has shown that fibres with a hollowed out centre, created in Southampton, could reduce loss of power currently experienced in standard glass fibres.
Edmund Optics® (EO), one of the leading global manufacturer and distributor of precision optics, optical assemblies and imaging components, is once again amongst the winners of the inspect Award.
Surfacide®, the leader in UV-C room decontamination, announced today its partnership with iCleanse, the leader in UV-C personal device decontamination, to combat the spread of COVID-19 in hospitals and healthcare environments and help protect essential healthcare and frontline workers in their workplace environments.
According to a new study by researchers from Japan and the United States, optical fiber data transmission can be considerably enhanced by making the silica glass fibers under high pressure.
Fluence is excited to introduce its new femtosecond laser product, the Jasper Flex. With power up to 30 W, the innovative Jasper Flex is intended for systems with volume constraints that require high laser power and outstanding pulse quality.
The Department of Engineering, Aarhus University, has received a grant from the Independent Research Fund Denmark to investigate nonlinear effects in semiconductor lasers - a stepping-stone to enable next generation higher-order modulation in fibre optic networks.
Funded by ERC and just completed, the project uncovers the cellular mechanisms underlying various diseases thanks to a new optical microscopy technique
When an optical fiber is immersed in liquid, a high temperature, high speed jet is discharged. Researchers expect this to be applied to medical treatment in the future.
Scientists are set to build an advanced optical communications station in Western Australia. The new station will be able to receive high-speed data transmissions from space.