In this episode of Photonics Hot List...
Soap bubbles are pretty and can be fun to play with. But they’ve also been quite useful in the STEM realm. Now, researchers in Slovenia are expanding this, demonstrating that soap bubbles could become optofluidic lasers.
Work by a team in Spain is overcoming some hurdles that for years have hindered SWIR-sensitive quantum dots and their potential as a key enabling technology for next-level optoelectronics.
New Jersey-based imaging technology developer Princeton Infrared Technologies is working on a project to further develop visible and infrared focal plane arrays to ultimately create large-area imaging devices for the U.S. military.
SPIE has announced the 2024 recipients of the organization’s Society Awards, which recognize advancements and impacts being made industrywide.