Researchers have created a low-cost, easy-to-build 3D nanoprinting technology capable of producing arbitrary 3D objects with extremely minute details.
In industrial automation, the optimisation of processes is often primarily about higher efficiency and accuracy. 10GigE cameras, such as those in the uEye Warp10 camera family from IDS Imaging Development Systems GmbH, set standards here.
Photonis a global leader of electro-optical detection and imaging technologies for defense and industrial markets, held by HLD since 2021, is pleased to announce the acquisition of Israeli company El-Mul, a specialist developer and manufacturer of advanced charged particle detectors and devices.
Optical Surfaces Ltd is a leading manufacturer of high precision custom and prototype lenses for the most demanding camera, collimator, and optical imaging system applications.
Quantum Design UK and Ireland (QDUKI) have joined with Zolix Instruments to further strengthen our Spectroscopy, Light Measurement and Optics range.
Dr. Jialei He of Nagoya University’s Graduate School of Engineering led a research team that devised a technique for processing cholesteric liquid crystals (CLCs) into micrometer-sized spherical particles.
According to a study published in Radiology, new CT technology enables a thorough, concurrent evaluation of lung anatomy and function, something that is not feasible with regular CT.
A recent study published in the journal Nanophotonics shows that the refractive index, which is the ratio of the speed of electromagnetic radiation in a material to that in a vacuum, can be adjusted quickly enough to produce photonic time crystals (PTCs) in the near-visible region of the spectrum.
Luxinar, a leader in laser technology, is thrilled to be returning to face-to-face exhibiting in China by showcasing its range of sealed CO2 laser sources at stand 8.1B424 at LASER World of PHOTONICS CHINA, taking place in Shanghai from 11-13 July.
Safran Electronics & Defense and Terran Orbital announced at last week's Paris Air Show that they have signed a Memorandum of Agreement to study and validate the prerequisites for the production of a new generation of electric propulsion systems for satellites in the United States, based on Safran’s PPSX00 plasma thruster.