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Nanotechnology

In the Active Learning in Optics and Photonics program teachers are taught inquiry-based strategies, and low-cost optics technologies are brought to the classroom.
21 November 2016
Immensely concentrated sunlight provides a novel method for the synthesis of many nanomaterials that possess remarkable photonic, tribological, electronic, and catalytic properties.
17 November 2016
A new and versatile method for integrating light-emitting nanoparticles, without loss of their unique properties, into glass is demonstrated.
8 November 2016
A high-throughput and reproducible lithographic approach enables the formation of ordered nanostructures on optical fiber tips that act as efficient surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy detectors.
4 November 2016
Metallic magnetoplasmonic nanostructures are used for the transducer layers in novel probes to achieve enhanced sensitivity.
24 October 2016
Two-dimensional field-resolved spectroscopy of Landau electrons reveals population inversion and multiwave mixing that are explained by Coulomb interactions between electrons and the ionic background.
19 October 2016
SPIE chiefs welcome small-business R&D legislation
Future of SBIR and STTR programs secured in compromise agreement for US National Defense Authorization Act.
2 December 2016
SLM enables cheap, wavelength-selectable microscopy
University of Chicago group adapts microscope to permit spectrum-specific observation of target structures.
1 December 2016
VTT creates hyperspectral iPhone camera

Users will be able to monitor health, environment and diverse situations by full-spectrum cellphone.
30 November 2016
Zeiss gets agile with EPFL research deal
Collaboration will see Swiss Federal Institute of Technology receive €1 million from the German optics giant.
29 November 2016