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Defense & Security

Identifying explosives by chemometrics with terahertz spectral imaging
Applying data analysis techniques to terahertz spectral imaging enables automated identification of three explosive chemical products comprising two materials.
Several optical components, such as multi-wavelength lasers and sensitive focal plane arrays, need to be combined to achieve a successful preemptive directional IR countermeasures system.
13 October 2015

A new protocol involves joint entangled measurements and can be applied to continuous variable systems for hacking-safe communication.

24 September 2015
Aluminum gallium indium nitride materials present an emerging system for defense and security applications.
18 August 2015
Considering individual parts as functional equivalents of the whole helps automatic image recognition of partially hidden weapons for threat assessment.
11 August 2015
Combining technologies from cosmic ray and laser physics can sweep space junk.
16 July 2015
UK government backs photonics commercialization hub
EPSRC allocates £10 million in central funding for ‘national hub in high-value photonic manufacturing’ in Southampton.
25 November 2015
James Webb telescope takes shape
18-segment primary mirror section now being added to the giant space instrument scheduled for 2018 launch.
19 November 2015
Quantum buzz as metrology institute opens
Packed-out technology roadshow at the Royal Society follows opening of new Quantum Metrology Institute at the UK's National Physical Laboratory.
12 November 2015
Folium Optics brings plastic displays to medical and defense markets
Flexible plastic technology opens up applications for high-visibility signs and displays.
10 November 2015
Kevin Knopp: High-pressure mass spectrometer detects chemical threats

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