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A novel way to detect latent flaws
Stress-induced light scattering can identify micro/nanoscale cracks caused by fine polishing.
An integrated data fusion and mining technique predicts spatiotemporal microcystin distributions produced by harmful algal bloom.
23 July 2014
Helium ion microscopy is able to produce gaps less than 5nm in width and narrow bridges in plasmonic nanostructures.
22 July 2014
A novel polymer made from sulfur is easily molded and has superior transmission properties in the IR from 600nm up to 6μm with a 1μm stop band.
17 July 2014
Placing noble metal nanowires in microstructured optical fibers allows for the integration of plasmonics and fiber optics, leading to a novel kind of plasmonic excitation for near-field microscopy.
14 July 2014
A new label-free 3D imaging method using a commercial microscope and a quantitative phase imaging module reveals cellular structures of live cells with submicron resolution.
11 July 2014
European Commission publishes ICT 2015 call
Photonics element of Horizon 2020 focuses on data centers, laser-based manufacturing and photonic integrated circuits.
24 July 2014
Organic image sensor start-up eyes mass production
Grenoble-based ISORG has raised €6.4M in its latest round of venture finance.
23 July 2014
Laser oscillator could replace quartz in future electronics
Research project at Caltech shows terahertz oscillations possible for diverse electronics applications.
23 July 2014
 
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