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Coherent THz-Raman® systems can provide direct information about both the number and orientation of the layers in 2D materials, enabling a fast, non-destructive, “in-situ” and cost-effective alternative to slower techniques.
Once considered a vegetable that could not be harvested by a robot, lettuce could now be picked automatically, maximizing yield and minimizing waste.
The Opioid Detection Challenge is a U.S. program to design equipment that non-invasively detects opioids in mailed packages.
High-brightness broadband light-source maker Energetiq's new 32,000 sq ft location provides larger labs, engineering space, showroom, and production areas.
NIST scientists recently automated the calibration lab for LED lamps, allowing them to make some of the best photometry measurements in the world.
Decade-long use of a high-speed camera from Mikrotron uncovered manufacturing errors, helping Nemera optimize syringe production and numerous other processes.
Three contracts totaling $40 million were signed with three different European and North American customers.
The facility will be a center for excellence in wavelength selective switches for telecommunications and other high-performance networks.
Lumotive has an LCOS chip producer, Himax Technologies, for fabrication of its silicon-based metasurface beam-steerer.
The $7.5 million dollar award from the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) is part of its Multidisciplinary University Research Initiative, or MURI.
The work will take place at EVG’s NILPhotonics Competence Center, an open innovation incubator for nanoimprint lithography (NIL).
The new facility will help them meet the growing demand they see for tunable single-frequency laser sources.
The companies will collaborate on research in the field of CMOS chip-level optical image stabilization (OIS) technologies for new application areas.
The next generation of waterproof smart fabrics will be printed with conductive graphene elements using a combo of CO2 and ultrafast lasers.