Stewart Wills | 15 December 2021
The early-stage company showed off an upgraded photonic–electronic computing platform by setting it to work on a class of difficult computational problems.
Edwin Cartlidge | 15 December 2021
Experiments involving optical microresonators take a step toward characterization and control of acoustic quantum states—potentially useful for future memory devices.
Sarah Michaud | 13 December 2021
The photonics-based health monitoring and communications company announced completion of preliminary human studies for a wearable sensor that measures core body temperature.
Stewart Wills | 12 December 2021
Approach that combines wavefront shaping and lidar techniques enables 3D views of scenes through a single strand of fiber—at near-video frame rates.
Sarah Michaud | 09 December 2021
Researchers combine thermal, ultrasonic, and near-infrared sensing in a non-invasive method for studying the flying mammals—enabling more informed conservation science.
Patricia Daukantas | 08 December 2021
Researchers envision that miniature paddling robots, energized and controlled either by natural or artificial light, might someday be used to sop up oil or chemicals in polluted waters.
Stewart Wills | 06 December 2021
Team’s work increases the potential practicality of spectral-hole burning, a data storage technique that might someday enable plastic disks holding hundreds of terabytes each.
Mara Johnson-Groh | 02 December 2021
Technique could help deliver targeted medical treatments across the brain’s otherwise largely drug-impermeable gatekeeper.
Edwin Cartlidge | 01 December 2021
Energy-efficient devices could be exploited in quantum and neural technology.
Sarah Michaud | 29 November 2021
German research institutions and their industry spinoffs cooperate on imaging and satellite technology for improved climate change monitoring.