Sarah Michaud | 27 January 2022
A label-free nanosensor monitors changes in refractive index during programmed cell death from inside live human breast cancer cells.
Edwin Cartlidge | 26 January 2022
New research shows how the trapping technique can be used to capture nanoparticles even at temperatures close to absolute zero.
Karen Kwon | 24 January 2022
Researchers reveal that light scattering and photon recycling contribute more to perovskite solar cell efficiency than previously believed.
Stewart Wills | 22 January 2022
Multiverse Computing, a Spain-based startup, is developing financial-services applications that run on today’s crop of early-stage quantum platforms.
Meeri Kim | 20 January 2022
Researchers developed a new type of ophthalmoscope that can measure metabolic processes in the retina related to the visual cycle.
Patricia Daukantas | 19 January 2022
Researchers mapped chemical compositions of metals by combining computational ghost imaging and X-ray fluorescence measurement.
Stewart Wills | 13 January 2022
OPN talked with the Nobel laureate and Webb Telescope senior project scientist about what’s ahead as the long-awaited observatory prepares to take the measure of the cosmos.
Sarah Michaud | 13 January 2022
A method for 3D-printing a flexible OLED display could be used to manufacture low-cost, foldable smartphone screens and wearable electronics.
Edwin Cartlidge | 12 January 2022
New super-resolution technique also operates on ultra-short timescales.
Sarah Michaud | 06 January 2022
A method for creating a microlens from a lipid droplet inside a live cell allows imaging and tracking of intra- and extracellular structures in real time.