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A new photonic material: 2D molybdenum disulfide
Fabrication of a saturable absorber via the optical deposition of 2D molybdenum disulfide enables the development of a fiber laser with ultrashort pulses.
A method using targeted fluorescent probes in cerebrospinal fluid could detect Alzheimer's disease several years earlier than current exams.
4 March 2015

Using focused light beams to suspend and autonomously control microscopic tools in 3D enables novel ways to investigate the microscale world.

3 March 2015
Chemical compatibility between constituents of the active layer in bulk heterojunction solar cells affects its morphology, which in turn correlates with open-circuit voltage tunability.
2 March 2015
An aerial display on which signage pops up has been realized using retro-reflective sheeting, an LED panel, and a half mirror.
27 February 2015
A method for creating Bose-Einstein condensates in polymers enables micrometer-scale observations of quantum physical phenomena at ambient temperatures.
26 February 2015
Fiber focus for new petawatt laser design
Thales collaborates with leading research group at École Polytechnique on new coherent amplification network approach to high-power systems.
5 March 2015
Software-defined optical switches to drive Bristol's Smart City network
Polatis providing photonic foundation for an "open programmable smart city".
5 March 2015
Laser-based aircraft defense system approved for global sale
US Department of Defense green-lights BAE Systems’ anti-missile protection system.
4 March 2015
 
Eric Betzig: Beyond the Nobel Prize -- Developing new microscopy techniques

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