Researchers have developed a new all-optical method for driving multiple highly dense nanolaser arrays. The approach could enable chip-based optical communication links that process and move data faster than today’s electronic-based devices.
A team led by the University of Queensland has created a quick, needle-free malaria detection tool that has the potential to save hundreds of thousands of lives each year.
Culminating years of research and development, Octave Photonics announces the release of the Comb-Offset Stabilization Module (COSMO), which provides a compact, convenient, and rugged solution for f-2f self-referencing a laser frequency comb.
A new study has shown how the glass-like shells of diatoms tend to help such microscopic organisms execute photosynthesis in dim conditions.
A new light source produces ultrashort infrared pulses with previously unachieved peak intensities and stability at wavelengths around 12 µm.
A group of researchers led by Professor Seung-Jin Oh from the Sustainable Technology and Wellness R&D Group, Jeju Division, Korea Institute of Industrial Technology have developed a hybrid solar lighting method for daylighting.
Directly harnessing the sun’s energy for wireless data transmission to electronic devices could be possible.
Researchers now have a new method for 3D nanoscale elemental analysis for ion-electron microscope systems, thanks to new research that was published in Nano Letters.
In an article published in Remote Sensing, researchers proposed crowdsourcing images of streetlights as a novel data source. The authors created NightUp Castelldefels, a prototype for a citizen science experiment that gathered information regarding the hue of streetlights.
Biotium, a leading supplier and inventor of fluorescent tools for life science research, announces the release of the next-generation Gel-Bright™ Laser Diode Gel Illuminator.