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  • Article - 5 Jan 2023
    Computing based on photons offers a faster and more energy-efficient method to handle the ever-increasing demand for maintaining and manipulating data. The Envise platform, developed by Lightmatter,...
  • Article - 20 Dec 2022
    Supplemented with deep learning algorithms, a novel holographic microscopy technique proposed in eLife provides a deeper understanding of microplankton and their influence on the global carbon cycle.
  • Article - 15 Dec 2022
    Fiber optic microendoscopes have become invaluable imaging tools that have enabled endoscopists to see and describe previously inconceivable things. This article will look into their history,...
  • Article - 5 Dec 2022
    A new fabrication method for quantum dots could lead to more effective and efficient quantum dot displays, especially due to improvements in the generation of blue-colored quantum dots. The process...
  • Article - 29 Nov 2022
    One of the most challenging aspects of developing self-driving cars, particularly for vehicles that will be used in environments with mixed autonomous and manually operated vehicles, is developing...
  • Article - 28 Nov 2022
    In order to explain the electrodynamic dispersion of the photon field, a team led by Prof. Zubin Jacob at Purdue University developed a Maxwell Hamiltonian theory of matter along with the quantum...
  • Article - 28 Oct 2022
    Mass spectrometry is an analytical technique used for chemical identification. By ionizing and fragmenting the sample of interest and measuring the mass-to-charge ratios of the products formed, it is...
  • Article - 26 Oct 2022
    This article from Wasatch explains how OCT angiography works and the applications of it.
  • Article - 24 Oct 2022
    Confocal microscopy is an optical imaging technique that relies on spatial filtering methods to remove contributions to the image from regions of the sample that are not immediately in focus.
  • Article - 24 Oct 2022
    A microscope is used to magnify the image of tiny objects. The objects are clearly seen with a microscope because at least one lens magnifies the image. This lens refracts the light so that it enters...

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