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Watching photons on the fly
Combining a new computational optical imaging method with a streak camera enables 2D ultrafast photography of nonrepetitive events at 100 billion frames per second.
With its twisted, porous nanostructure, the helical nanofilament liquid crystal phase, otherwise known as the ‘B4 banana phase,’ could pave the way to more efficient organic photovoltaics.
27 April 2015

Experiments in an animal model of multiple sclerosis demonstrate the therapeutic potential of 670nm light treatment.

24 April 2015
Non-orthogonal subcarriers save bandwidth by ultra-high spectrum compression and high-efficiency modulation.
23 April 2015
Novel stimuli with imperceptible flickers can be used for next-generation brain–computer interfaces and for biomedical applications.
22 April 2015
A flexible, non-invasive organic optoelectronic device can be worn on the body to measure signals from muscles and control artificial limbs.
20 April 2015
KLA-Tencor cuts back EUV investment
Workforce set to be cut by up to 10% amid lack of demand for KLA’s extreme UV lithography mask inspection tool.
27 April 2015
Printing silicon on paper offers benefits for microelectronics
Dutch-Japanese team develops low-temperature method to layer silicon on substrate from "ink" using laser pulse.
24 April 2015
Fiber laser plan to clear space debris
Wide-angle telescope and high-efficiency CAN laser form "blueprint"; trial project heading for ISS to cut threats to satellites.
23 April 2015
 
Kristen Maitland: Photonics tackles the challenge of detecting oral cancer

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