Stewart Wills | 23 November 2022
Companies link up as Bruker seeks to build position in neuroimaging technology for freely moving lab animals.
Stewart Wills | 22 November 2022
Work showing how exoskeleton adaptations enable a primitive arthropod’s vision could inform design of materials and devices today.
Sarah Michaud | 17 November 2022
A new approach to producing a series of laser pulses delivers reliable optical pulses without sacrificing power or stability.
Edwin Cartlidge | 16 November 2022
Erbium atoms embedded in silicon can emit in a narrow range and at fairly high temperatures.
Stewart Wills | 14 November 2022
Two post-SPAC lidar companies believe linking up will strengthen financial position and enable cost-cutting opportunities.
Patricia Daukantas | 10 November 2022
Experimental results suggest that the image-resolution assist provided by tiny spheres is linked to enhancement of the effective numerical aperture.
Meeri Kim | 09 November 2022
Smart-glass system modulates solar rays for a potentially greener alternative to conventional data transmission.
Stewart Wills | 08 November 2022
A US research team tests out a system in which blue light replaces very high temperature and pressure to drive a key step in making an essential global material.
Sarah Michaud | 03 November 2022
A light-based prototype envelops the heart in a petal-like mesh and offers wireless, highly targeted defibrillation with less pain than standard devices.
Edwin Cartlidge | 02 November 2022
Dual dyes convert more light into electricity thanks to an additional molecular layer.