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  1. RIT Researcher Collaborates With UR To Develop New Form Of Laser For Sound
    4/12/2019

    The optical laser has grown to a $10B global technology market since it was invented in 1960, and has led to Nobel prizes for Art Ashkin for developing optical tweezing and Gerard Mourou and Donna Strickland for work with pulsed lasers.

  2. Light From Exotic Particle States
    4/12/2019

    When particles bond in free space, they normally create atoms or molecules. However, much more exotic bonding states can be produced inside solid objects.

  3. Quantum Simulation Explores All Possible Futures
    4/12/2019

    Researchers in Singapore have contributed to the creation of a machine that sees all possible futures. The quantum device simulates a kind of process that involves chance – following all possible paths into a superposition of future states.

  4. REC Group To Unveil Game-Changing Solar Panel At Intersolar Europe
    4/12/2019

    REC Group, the largest European brand for solar PV panels, is going to release a trailblazing new solar panel at Intersolar Europe 2019. With industry-beating power reaching 380 watt-peak (Wp), REC is creating the world’s most powerful 60-cell solar panel for rooftop customers worldwide who seek the best.

  5. Anritsu Introduces New Optical Spectrum Analyzer
    4/12/2019

    Anritsu Company introduces the Optical Spectrum Analyzer (OSA) MS9740B that combines high-end measurement-sensitivity performance, expanded functionality, compact size, and high-speed measurement capability.

  6. FAU Researchers Develop The Next Generation Of Endoscopy Technology
    4/11/2019

    Biotechnologists, physicists, and medical researchers at FAU have developed technology for microscopic imaging in living organisms. A miniaturised multi-photon microscope, which could be used in an endoscope in future, excites the body’s own molecules to illuminate and enables cells and tissue structures to be imaged without the use of synthetic contrast agents.

  7. New Tunable Nanomaterials Possible Via Process Invented By U. Of Bath Physicists
    4/11/2019
  8. Quantum Dots Are Just As Awesome As We'd Hoped
    4/11/2019

    Quantum dots—tiny, easy-to-produce particles—may soon take the place of more expensive single crystal semiconductors in advanced electronics found in solar panels, camera sensors, and medical imaging tools.

  9. UO Team Makes Artificial Atoms That Work At Room Temp
    4/11/2019

    Ultra-secure online communications, completely indecipherable if intercepted, are a step closer with the help of a recently published discovery by University of Oregon physicist Ben Alemán.

  10. New Super-Accurate Optical Atomic Clocks Pass Critical Test
    4/11/2019

    Researchers have measured an optical clock’s ticking with record-breaking accuracy while also showing the clock can be operated with unprecedented consistency. These achievements represent a significant step toward demonstrating that the new generation of optical atomic clocks are accurate and robust enough to be used to redefine the official length of a second, which is currently based on microwave atomic clocks.