Karen Kwon | 08 November 2021
Experiments with an artificial model of the lung’s optical response validates absorption spectroscopy as a noninvasive tool to track breathing volume—a key clinical parameter.
Mara Johnson-Groh | 03 November 2021
Quantitative X-ray analysis reveals unseen nanoparticles that are speeding decay of the remains of the Mary Rose, once Henry VIII’s favorite warship.
Edwin Cartlidge | 02 November 2021
Technique that allows high writing speed relies on encoding data via nanoscale structures in glass.
Sarah Michaud | 01 November 2021
High-tech company TRUMPF reports increases in order intake and sales, and adopts a more flexible remote-work policy.
Meeri Kim | 28 October 2021
Lightweight, flexible lens based on a Fresnel hologram could serve in next-generation space telescopes to directly image extrasolar worlds.
Patricia Daukantas | 27 October 2021
Researchers use a dielectric metalens to create an ultracompact, chip-scale tweezer setup—and put it to work levitating and manipulating a nanoparticle.
Mara Johnson-Groh | 21 October 2021
Research team believes new endoscope concept could ultimately be used to distinguish healthy and cancerous tissues in real time during surgery.
Edwin Cartlidge | 20 October 2021
Swiss experiments reveal robust “anomalous phase” that could be employed in mobile networks.
Stewart Wills | 19 October 2021
Experts in quantum science, technology and business development discuss the importance of collaboration, a strong “deal flow,” and the nurturing of entrepreneurship.
Sarah Michaud | 18 October 2021
Quantum-enabled setup aims to connect and protect three high-tech commercial locations in London.