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  1. Russian Scientists Have Proposed A New Model For Assessing The Effect Of Ionizing Radiation On Microelectronic Devices

    The main trend in the development of hardware components for digital and analog electronic equipment is to reduce the size of the active regions of diode and transistor structures.

  2. Mapping The Big Blue: Laser-Induced Technology To Help Mineral Exploration At Oceanic Depths

    Marine mineral resources have been attracting a lot of attention lately, thanks to the rising demand for raw materials that are used in smart electronics, medical sciences and renewable energy products.

  3. Better Biomedical Devices, Wearable Displays May Result From Tiny Light-Guiding Structures

    For the first time, researchers have fabricated light-guiding structures known as waveguides just over one micron wide in a clear silicone commonly used for biomedical applications. The tiny, flexible waveguides can be used to make light-based devices such as biomedical sensors and endoscopes that are smaller and more complex than currently possible.

  4. Novel Laser Technology For Microchip-Size Chemical Sensors

    Most lasers have only one color. All the photons it emits have exactly the same wavelength. However, there are also lasers whose light is more complicated. If it consists of many different frequencies, with equal intervals in between, just like the teeth of a comb, it is referred to as a "frequency comb".

  5. No Beam For A While. #SeeUin2020

    “Recently, the EBS project is officially entering a new stage, which is the fruit of our hard work of the last four years. Our imagination, engineering design, quality control and assembly, guided by strict project management, has made it possible to start the swap in our tunnel between the old and the new storage ring.

  6. New Optical Device Brings Quantum Computing A Step Closer

    An international team of researchers has taken a big step closer to creating an optical quantum computer, which has the potential to engineer new drugs and optimise energy-saving methods.

  7. BEA Lasers Expands MIL Series With New Laser Alignment Modules

    Both new MIL RA Alignment Modules feature a low profile 3/8” rugged laser housing, fitted with a M12 connector. A PVC jacketed cable 2 meters long, integrated power supply and optional mounting bracket complete this sturdy ready-to-use system.

  8. Physicists Edge Closer To Controlling Chemical Reactions

    A team of researchers from the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, and Aarhus University in Denmark has developed an algorithm for predicting the effect of an external electromagnetic field on the state of complex molecules.

  9. FEFU Scientists Created The Nanostructure Ultrafast Laser Printing Technology

    Scientists of Far Eastern Federal University (FEFU), in collaboration with Russian and foreign colleagues, have developed a technology of nanostructure ultrafast laser printing. The new method allows creating nanoscale structures on the surface of metals using a femtosecond laser with a frequency of one million pulses per second.

  10. Milestone For bERLinPro: Photocathodes With High Quantum Efficiency

    A team at the HZB has improved the manufacturing process of photocathodes and can now provide photocathodes with high quantum efficiency for bERLinPro.