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Should the Moon Be Quarantined?

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Nearly a half century after astronauts first visited the moon, it is once again a flash point for debates on...

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Surfactant-induced retardation in lateral migration of droplets in a microfluidic confinement

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Abstract The present study deals with the effect of surfactants on the cross-stream migration of droplets in a confined fluidic...

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Faster High Capacity Internet Networks via Photonics

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EU Scientists are harnessing next generation lasers to create light-speed broadband connections and to remove the data bottlenecks that could...

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Fluorescent Probe Identifies Cancer Stem Cells in the Body

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A fluorescent probe, called AlDeSense, has demonstrated the ability to find and track cancer stem cells (CSCs) in cultures of...

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Dynasil Enhances IR Coating by Adding Diamond-Like Carbon Coating Chamber

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Dynasil Corporation of America, a developer and manufacturer of optics and photonics products, optical detection and analysis technology and components...

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Optogenetics Pioneer Karl Deisseroth to Receive Berthold Leibinger Zukunftspreis

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For his groundbreaking work with lasers in the development and implementation of optogenetics, Karl Deisseroth will receive the Berthold Leibinger...

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All-Optical Diffractive Deep Neural Network Is 3D-Printed

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Using a 3D printer, a research team at the UCLA Samueli School of Engineering has created an artificial neural network...

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Hexagon AB Acquires External-Array Software

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Hexagon AB, a developer of digital solutions, has announced the acquisition of External-Array Software, a software development company that develops...

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SCHOTT Announces Appetite for Acquisitions

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Glass and ceramic materials manufacturer SCHOTT AG has announced plans to grow its U.S. business through acquisition. “Through new acquisitions,...

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AR Benelux to Distribute Anritsu Products

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Anritsu Corp. and AR Benelux BV have announced a distribution agreement to supply Belgium, Luxembourg and the Netherlands with Anritsu...

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Autonomous Driving Lidar Pilot Program Announced by CEA Tech, Transdev, IRT Nanoelec

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A pilot program to characterize and assess lidar sensors to improve performance and safety of autonomous vehicles has been announced...

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Optical fibers sense nature of materials

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Scientists at EPFL, Switzerland, develop opto-acoustic method to identify fiber’s surroundings....

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Infrared spectroscopy to tackle blocked coronary arteries

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Hybrid ultrasonic-photonic mapping catheter system is now available in Japanese hospitals....

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Osram adjusts businesses amid 'difficult' market

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Company revises down 2018 forecast, announces plan to sell luminaires business, aiming to save €140 million by 2020....

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Newly Discovered Cell Type May Fuel Cystic Fibrosis

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The surprising insight could provide foundation for future cure — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com...

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Scaring Animals Can Help Save Them

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Conservationists are using behavior modification to bolster kangaroo mice, bears, elk and other critters — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com...

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Simulation of liquid micro-jet in free expanding high-speed co-flowing gas streams

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Abstract We present the development of an experimentally validated computational fluid dynamics model for liquid micro jets. Such jets are...

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New Photodetector Enables NASA’s Thermal Imager

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A compact thermal camera named the Compact Thermal Imager, or CTI, has been developed by NASA using photodetector technology known...

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Nanofabricated Metamaterial Could be Used in Solar Cells, Nano-Optics

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A new type of silicon metamaterial that has unique characteristics and is easy to manufacture promises a new direction in...

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DIY Camera Tracking System Captures Plant Movement in Real Time

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Farmers and plant breeders can now build their own automated field camera track system to collect data on dynamic plant...

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Zecotek Begins Crystal Production at Shanghai Facility

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Photonics technology developer Zecotek Photonics Inc. has begun manufacturing the first batch of its patented lutetium fine silicate (LFS) scintillation...

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AMD Announces £750K in Funding for Research in Applied 2D Nanomaterials

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Sensor developer Advanced Material Development (AMD) has raised a total of £750,000 ($875,000) in funding as the company launches its...

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Metrohm snaps up B&W Tek

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Gradual integration of US-headquartered spectroscopy business will see B&W Tek brand retained in the near term....

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Millimeter-scale silicon chip creates quantum random numbers for IT security

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Integrates all optical components on one chip made using industry-standard fabrication techniques....

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Nikon develops next-gen full-frame mirrorless camera

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Launching this month, with lenses featuring new mount, camera giant is pursuing “new dimension in performance.”...

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Coherent expecting sales to dip in 2019

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But the laser company remains confident of a major long-term opportunity in organic LED display production, once competitors to Samsung...

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How Rare Blue Diamonds Form Deep below the Ocean Floor

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Minerals and elements are recycled in Earth’s mantle to form the precious gems — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com...

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When the Mind's Eye Is Blind

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Some people find it impossible to imagine a friend’s face or their own apartment—a phenomenon named aphantasia. Scientists are beginning...

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Before Its Death Dive, Cassini Caught Saturn Hissing at Its Rings

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For the first time scientists have observed the gas giant sending magnetic waves back to its ring system and its...

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Material Moves with Light-Induced Demagnetization

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Researchers demonstrate a new optomechanical platform based on flexible magnetic composites and Curie temperature....

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Hexagon Celebrates NC Solution Center Renovation with Open House

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Metrology technology developer Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence held its HxGN LOCAL Huntersville event will last week, showcasing its newly renovated North...

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Osram, Continental Launch Joint Venture

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OSRAM Continental GmbH, a joint venture created by automotive manufacturing company Continental and lighting manufacturer Osram, has launched to focus...

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IPG Photonics orders down on 'macroeconomic and geopolitical uncertainty'

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Fiber laser giant reports another record-breaking quarter but CEO Valentin Gapontsev sounds warning on global trade outlook....

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Cognex boosted by China's auto makers

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Machine vision company posts another solid set of financial results as the technology continues to proliferate....

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imec developing ultra-small on-chip microscopy platform

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Grant from the ERC will support project combining CMOS imager technology and integrated photonics....

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National Flood Insurance Is Underwater Because of Outdated Science

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The FEMA program will continue to be financially unviable until it uses the latest research to help fix its broken...

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How Cryptojacking Can Corrupt the Internet of Things

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IoT devices often have weak security, making them prime targets for criminals looking to score digital cash — Read more...

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A Conversation with the Only Scientist in Congress

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Representative Bill Foster weighs in on the most important science issues facing the country — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com...

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Quantum Random Numbers on a Chip

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A mm-scale silicon-on-insulator device based on measuring phase fluctuations from a laser diode can churn out random numbers at Gbps...

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Silicon Chip Distributes Optical Signals for Potential Use in Neural Networks

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A silicon chip that distributes optical signals precisely across a miniature grid could lead to a novel design for neural...

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Physicists Show How Great Pyramid Can Focus Electromagnetic Energy

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A study has revealed that the Great Pyramid of Giza can collect and concentrate electromagnetic energy. The results are a...

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Optical Fibers Can Detect Type of Materials Around Them

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Forward stimulated Brillouin scattering (FSBS), because of its resonating transverse acoustic waves, has the potential to facilitate detections in an...

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ADVA Partakes in Next-Generation Quantum Encryption Initiatives

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Telecommunications technology provider ADVA Optical Networking SE is participating in a pair of efforts to enable quantum-level encryption. The first...

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Crop-Counting, Gene-Finding Robot Wins Award

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A robot developed by the University of Illinois to find genes for high-yielding, hearty traits in the DNA of crop...

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Modern-Day Tricorder

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In 2017, Qualcomm announced the winners of the much-publicized Tricorder XPRIZE, which challenged inventors to develop a device that could...

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String Theory May Create Far Fewer Universes Than Thought

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Some physicists claim the popular landscape of universes in string theory may not exist — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com...

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A T-junction device allowing for two simultaneous orthogonal views: application to bubble formation and break-up

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Abstract A novel design for the classical microfluidic device known as T-junction is proposed with the purpose of obtaining a...

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A novel integrated microfluidic platform based on micro-magnetic sensor for magnetic bead manipulation and detection

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Abstract We present a novel integrated microfluidic platform based on micro-magnetic sensor for manipulating and detecting magnetic beads (MB). A...

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A Microwave–Optical Converter to Link Quantum Networks

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Efficient mechanical conversion and noise-reduction scheme could allow device to forge quantum-compatible links between processors....

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Researchers Use Silicon Photonics to Create Quantum Random Number Generator

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A chip-based device measuring just 1 sq mm has demonstrated the potential to generate quantum-based random numbers at gigabit (Gb)-per-second...

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AIM Photonics Academy Teaches Fundamentals, Design of Photonic Integrated Circuits

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The American Institute for Manufacturing Integrated Photonics (AIM Photonics) is an industry-driven public-private partnership that focuses the nation’s premiere capabilities...

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Principia Buys $7M Stake in CrestOptics

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Italian venture capital firm Principia SGR bought a $7 million stake in optical and electro-optical technology developer CrestOptics spa. CrestOptics...

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Langlois Appointed to Teem Photonics Supervisory Board

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Microlaser and photonic integrated circuit developer Teem Photonics SA has appointed Pascal Langlois as chairman of its supervisory board. “Teem...

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RPMC Lasers to Distribute BWT Beijing Products

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Laser provider RPMC Lasers Inc. has been named the Northern American distributor for BWT Beijing Ltd., a developer of high-power...

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Sydor Optics Obtains 9001:2015 Certification

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Optics developer Sydor Optics has received ISO 9001:2015 certification. “We are very proud to achieve this important, internationally recognized certification,”...

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Lasers Drive the World’s Fastest Spinners

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Two research groups use optical traps and circularly polarized light to rotate nanoparticles at rates of 60 billion rpm....

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SPI Lasers Opens Illinois Service Center

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Fiber laser developer SPI Lasers PLC has opened a new service center in Wauconda, Ill., serving customers in North and...

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Lumitec to Supply EdgeWater Boats with LEDs

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LED light designer Lumitec LLC has been announced the 2019 official lighting supplier for boat manufacturer EdgeWater. “The reason we...

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Forbes Insights and IDEX Health & Science LLC Report Finds Life Science Sector is ‘Behind’ the Collaboration Curve

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A survey of three technology-intensive industries has found a growing share of executives, including 68% of life science executives, see...

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FLIR ticks up as earnings rise

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Continued strength in machine vision and elsewhere sees stock price hit all-time high....

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Photo Gallery: How Kilauea–and Other Volcanoes–Produce Amazing and Frightful Weather

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Volcanic tornadoes, choking fog, “laze,” lightning, hail, waterspouts and even frost are created above hot eruptions — Read more on...

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Gold Nanoparticles Speed Up Photocatalysis

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A new approach to creating hydrogen from water could allow broader use of sunlight to combat climate change....

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Metrohm Acquires B&W Tek

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Metrohm AG has acquired B&W Tek’s Spectroscopy Solution Business, B&W Tek LLC, as well as several overseas subsidiaries. The acquisition...

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Headwall Appoints Calling to Board

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Optical module and gratings developer Headwall Photonics Inc. has appointed Christopher Calling to its board of directors. Calling brings experience...

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Axsun Announces Laser System Delivery Milestone

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Optical coherence tomography (OCT) engine manufacturer Axsun Technologies Inc. has shipped more than 15,000 swept lasers for OCT imaging applications....

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Rofin-Sinar UK Opens China Office

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Rofin-Sinar UK Ltd. has opened a new office in Shanghai. Baldwin Ding, managing director of Rofin-Sinar UK China, together with...

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Photo Gallery: How Kilauea—and Other Volcanoes—Produce Amazing and Frightful Weather

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Volcanic tornadoes, choking fog, “laze,” lightning, hail, waterspouts and even frost are created above hot eruptions — Read more on...

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VLT optics provide key to Relativity breakthrough

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Adaptive optics and interferometry instruments help confirm effects of space-time around supermassive black hole at center of Milky Way....

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imec beats silicon PV with 27.1% perovskite-silicon tandem cell

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Further engineering of the material will bring efficiencies over 30% in reach, say the researchers....

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SiOnyx launches day-night 'action' camera

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Aurora said to turns night into full-color daylight, features OLED display, IP67 protection and AR-compatibility....

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MKS sees semiconductor 'pause' after posting record quarter

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Executive team confident that softening of key market sector will be temporary....

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Science Closes In on Big-Scale Fish Poachers in the "Wild Wet"

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New analysis shows where fish transfers that can obscure illegal catches are happening — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com...

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Could Excitons Aid Optical-Electronic Interconnects?

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Heterostructure of 2-D materials allows electron-hole quasiparticles to be manipulated electrically at room temperature—pointing to a new generation of “excitonic”...

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Infinera to buy Coriant in $430m deal

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Californian firm also reported “strong” Q2 ahead of the deal which is expected to double revenues and strengthen vertical integration....

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UK Border Force adopts Raman for hazmat detection

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Handheld systems developed by Agilent subsidiary to test opaque packages and containers....

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Deep within Mars, Liquid Water Offers Hope for Life

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Radar observations have revealed what appears to be a buried lake on Mars, the first-ever stable reservoir of liquid water...

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A Gut–and Liver–Check to Get a Bead on Alzheimer's

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Areas outside the brain may play a role in a chain reaction related to dementia, but the path from gut...

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Science Career Ads Are Disproportionately Seen by Men

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Marketing algorithms prevent many women from seeing the advertising, even though it’s illegal to target jobs to one gender —...

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Diffusiophoresis of a charged particle in a charged cavity with arbitrary electric double layer thickness

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Abstract An analysis is presented for the diffusiophoretic motion of a charged colloidal sphere located at the center of a...

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Numerical investigation of dynamics of elliptical magnetic microparticles in shear flows

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Abstract We study the rotational dynamics of magnetic prolate elliptical particles in a simple shear flow subjected to a uniform...

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Toward All-Optical Artificial Neural Networks

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Researchers have shown that it is possible to train artificial neural networks directly on an optical chip, which could lead...

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IDEX Health & Science Announces Acquisition of Finger Lakes Instrumentation

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IDEX Health & Science, LLC (IH&S) today announced the acquisition of Lima, NY based Finger Lakes Instrumentation, LLC (FLI)....

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Monarch Butterfly Conservationist Dies

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Lincoln Brower, an American entomologist famous for his work to conserve the monarch populations of Mexico and the US, has...

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Qiagen: Microbiome Awards 2018

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Studying the microbiome? Tell us about it!...

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University of Edinburgh Demands Retraction of Researcher’s Papers

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Cell biologist Irina Stancheva was dismissed in June 2017 after a scientific misconduct investigation....

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Genomics Company Human Longevity Sues J. Craig Venter Institute

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Genetics pioneer Craig Venter is not named as a defendant, but the company he founded alleges that he stole trade...

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Oldest Evidence of Terrestrial Life on a Young Earth

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Microbes were living on land as early as 3.22 billion years ago, fossilized rocks show, 500 million years earlier than...

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Image of the Day: Hell-Bent on Repopulation

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Researchers will be releasing captive-grown eastern hellbenders in southern Indiana to help raise their numbers....

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Berthold Leibinger Innovationspreis winners 2018 announced

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€100,000 in prizes for novel laser developments will be distributed at ceremony at Trumpf HQ in September....

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Lumibird confirms €100M sales target as lidar business grows

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Strong demand for lidar sensors and new Laser Mégajoule contract help offset weaker medical and industrial laser sales....

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Social Media's Stepped-Up Crackdown on Terrorists Still Falls Short

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YouTube, Facebook and other sites are working together to find and delete extremist propaganda and recruiting videos, but a new...

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What we know about cancer tumors

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Cancer tumors are a lot more complex than we think: besides cancer cells, supportive tissue cells, fat, and even immune...

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Global Warming Linked to Higher Suicide Rates across North America

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A 1-degree Celsius rise corresponded to a 1.4 percent increase in suicides — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com...

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Did a Stellar Intruder Deform Our Outer Solar System?

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New results suggest a massive star once swung dangerously close to our sun—helping to shape the mysterious features we see...

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Research Dollars Go Farther at Less-Prestigious Institutions: Study

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High-profile universities produce fewer papers, and with lesser influence, per federal dollar than less-celebrated recipients of federal funding....

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Image of the Day: Snapshot

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Scientists map the fruit fly brain, giving an in-depth look at its neurons....

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Two Fungal Species – One Pathogenic, One Benign – Are Actually the Same

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Under one name the species is used in food fermentation, and under the other it is a drug-resistant cause of...

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Interior Department Proposes Major Changes to Wildlife Protections

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Reshaping how the Endangered Species Act is implemented is seen as a way to streamline bureaucracy, but critics of the...

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Deepwater Coral Reefs Unlikely to Welcome Shallow-Water Animals

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Historically thought to be a refuge for coral growing in the shallows, coral reefs from oceanic depths face similar threats,...

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Low-cost rapid prototyping of glass microfluidic devices using a micromilling technique

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Abstract A method is proposed for rapid prototyping of glass microfluidic devices utilizing a commercial micromilling machine. In the proposed...

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Transmission of dynamic biochemical signals in the shallow microfluidic channel: nonlinear modulation of the pulsatile flow

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Abstract A controlled quantitative loading of dynamic biochemical signals on cells in vitro is essential for cell dynamic analysis. Microfluidics...

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Researchers Develop Tough Photopolymers for 3D Printing

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A new approach to producing tailored methacrylate-based photopolymers has been developed. This approach, which does not slow down the light...

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Holographix LLC Receives BAE Systems’ 2017 Gold Supplier Award

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Holographix LLC, a manufacturer of diffraction gratings, microlens array, and custom replicated optics, was recently presented with a BAE Systems’...

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SPIE O+P Educates, Engages with Optical Sciences and Technology

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SPIE Optics + Photonics, to be held Aug. 19-23 at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego, Calif., is...

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Fluorescent Fish Genes Could Help Uncover Source of a Pediatric Cancer

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A transgenic zebrafish that produces fluorescent tags in migratory embryonic nerve precursor cells could help lead researchers to the origins...

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OptoVue Gets FDA Clearance for Blood Vessel Measurement Technology

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Optovue Inc. has received FDA 510(k) clearance of AngioAnalytics, an optical coherence tomography angiography (OCTA) blood vessel measurement technology, to...

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Lightwave Logic Acquires BrPhotonics

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Photonic data communication technology developer Lightwave Logic Inc. has acquired the polymer technology intellectual property assets of BrPhotonics Productos Optoelectrónicos...

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Liquid-Based White LEDs Achieve High Luminous Efficiency

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Quantum dot (QD) white LEDs that show a luminous efficiency of 105 lm/W have been developed. The QDs are liquid-based...

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Teledyne to Supply NASA with Sensor Chip Assembly for Goddard Space Flight Telescope

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NASA has awarded Teledyne Scientific & Imaging LLC with a contract to supply its shortwave infrared (SWIR) sensor chip assembly...

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Toward a Greener Food System

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When it comes to food waste, the numbers are staggering, as ImpactVision’s Abi Ramanan and Gustav Nipe point out in...

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Nanoscope’s 3D Superresolution Could Help Reveal Source of Alzheimer’s

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A superresolution nanoscope could enable 3D imaging of amyloid plaques — a characteristic feature of Alzheimer’s disease — with up...

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Design Rules for Building Efficient Organic Solar Cells

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Twenty-five researchers from seven research institutes in Europe, the U.S., and China have collaborated to draw up rules for designing...

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Selective Light Transmission Could Advance Optical Computing

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A new way to select and send light of a specific color over long distances has been applied to development...

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OPTOFLUX Acquires HPOI

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OPTOFLUX, a manufacturer of optical injection molding, has announced that they are taking over the Philippine subsidiary HPOI of the...

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Basler Acquires Silicon Software

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Basler AG, a manufacturer of industrial cameras, has announced that it has taken over 100 percent of the shares of...

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RPI’s Liu Awarded $1.8M by DOE to Advance Concentrating Solar Power Research

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Li (Emily) Liu, an associate professor of nuclear engineering and engineering physics at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, has been selected by...

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Single-Photon Source Could Help Secure Quantum Data

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Researchers have found a way to generate very rapid single-photon light pulses, a discovery that could be used to secure...

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Device Could Provide Quantum-Compatible Link Between Microwave and Optical Domains

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A device that uses a small plate to absorb microwave energy and bounce it into laser light could provide a...

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Kane Joins CST Global

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Chip and component developer CST Global Ltd. has appointed John Kane as quality and supply chain manager. Kane is responsible...

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Researchers Move Closer to Completely Optical Artificial Neural Network

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Researchers have shown that it is possible to train artificial neural networks directly on an optical chip. The research demonstrates...

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ISMM 2018

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The ISMM 2018 conference takes place from Tues 19 – Thurs 21 June, 2018 in Busan, Korea Key deadlines Notice...

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2018 Joint Ontario-on-a-Chip and TOeP Symposium

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2018 Joint Ontario-on-a-Chip and TOeP Symposium will take place May 24 – 25, 2018 Keynote symposium speakers: Prof. Sabeth Verpoorte  Prof....

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Exosomes in Blood Indicate Mild TBI: Study

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Levels of tau, amyloid-β 42, and IL-10 extracted from extracellular vesicles that started out in the brain were higher in...

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The Journey From Features To Compound Identification In Metabolomics: When Will We Get There?

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In this eBook, learn about advancements in untargeted metabolomic workflow, including improved standards, guidelines, databases, and more!...

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Trump Nominates Scott Hutchins for USDA Top Scientist

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A pesticide industry leader, Hutchins was formerly president of the Entomological Society of America....

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Proposed EPA "Transparency" Rule Criticized

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Opponents of the guidelines, which would bar results of many public health studies from use in policy making, include scientific...

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Synthetic Botox Treats Chronic Pain in Mice

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Researchers silence pain neurons in the mouse spinal cord with injections of botulinum toxins modified to bind to the neurons’...

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Image of the Day: A Good Egg

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Osprey numbers are recovering after a drop in contaminants in the Delaware Estuary....

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Questions Raised About "Breakthrough" Therapies' Clinical Support

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Compared to other drugs, therapeutics given breakthrough status receive FDA approval on the basis of weaker trial evidence, a study...

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Cancer Geneticist Quits After Harassment Allegations

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Accusations that Nazneen Rahman bullied employees at the Institute of Cancer Research in the U.K. stretch back 12 years....

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Bioethics Council: Gene-Editing Human Embryos Conditionally OK

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The UK-based organization encourages public debate about the issue but does not recommend immediate policy change....

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Opinion: No, AI Will Not Replace Radiologists

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The adoption of machine-learning techniques to aid in diagnosis should be done with radiologists’ guidance....

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Image of the Day: Eye-Opener

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An open-source microscopy method can super-resolve live cells even under low lighting....

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Herpetologists' League Revokes Distinguished Herpetologist Award

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Richard Vogt, this year’s awardee, showed inappropriate images of researchers in the field during his acceptance speech....

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Women Maintain NIH Funding Similar to Men: Study

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Female PIs apply for fewer grants, but retain support once they get it....

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CRISPR Gene Editing Deletes, Shuffles More Genes than Intended

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The DNA-cutting enzyme used in the technique is not as precisely targeted as scientists had thought, and investors take notice....

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New England Biolabs® Launches NEBNext Direct® Custom Ready Panels for Efficient Targeted Re-sequencing 

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New England Biolabs (NEB®) today announced the launch of the NEBNext Direct Custom Ready Panels. The new panels — coupled...

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Enzo: Cellestial Solutions for Cellular Analysis

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Seeing more of your cells...

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Image of the Day: Not All Bad

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In zebrafish, some amount of reactive oxygen species is required for normal development....

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A Noninvasive Way to Control Individual Brain Regions

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Researchers use a combination of ultrasound waves, genetic engineering, and synthetic drugs to switch specific neurons on and off in...

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Higher Blood Pressure Has Links to Brain Lesions in Older Adults

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In a longitudinal study, researchers find that elderly people with higher pressure were more likely to show signs of Alzheimer’s...

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Universities in Germany and Sweden Lose Access to Elsevier Journals

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Consortia in both countries are pushing for open-access subscriptions with the publisher....

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Two Fungal Species—One Pathogenic, One Benign—Are Actually the Same

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Under one name the species is used in food fermentation, and under the other it is a drug- resistant cause...

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CRISPR Is Overcome When Viruses Gang Up on Bacteria

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Phages that die during bacterial invasion help other viruses defeat the microbes’ immune responses....

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German Scientists Frequently Publish in Predatory Journals

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At least 5,000 of the country’s researchers have published their work on questionable platforms, often for exorbitant fees, a report...

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Foundations of Immuno-Oncology: Advancing Basic Science & Translational Research

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In this eBook, learn the tools needed to harness the power of immuno-oncology and supercharge the journey from the lab...

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Image of the Day: Snakes Alive

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Scientists have found the 99-million-year-old remains of a baby snake....

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UCSD materials processing trick creates 'revolutionary' laser crystal

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For ultra-short, high-power pulses — promises more powerful lasers with broad tunability....

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ASML accelerates EUV development

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Better-than-expected quarterly results and throughput gains prompt additional spending to develop EUV tools more quickly....

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Stemmer Imaging expands market share in France by acquiring Elvitec

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Following February IPO, expansive Stemmer expects French deal to boost revenues by €9 million (earnings by 11%)....

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Quantum dot white LEDs achieve 'record' efficiency

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Researchers in Turkey say novel approach to white LEDs could lead to more energy-efficient lighting....

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Baraja joins lidar rush with tunable laser system

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Venture-backed Sydney startup says novel approach will offer required combination of performance and cost....

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Cooke Optics acquired in ‘welcome’ purchase by Caledonia Investments

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$127 million investment to enable faster growth and new lenses; management team remains unchanged....

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Farnborough Air Show: photonics round-up

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Maxar acquires Neptec Design Group; Teledyne e2v develops sensor for small satellites; Emcore launches compact new gyro....

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Bruker extends microscopy offering with JPK acquisition

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Optical tweezers and fluorescence imaging techniques augment instrumentation firm’s burgeoning portfolio....

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Nice airport to install Doppler lidar

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Mitsubishi Electric wins contract to provide one of France’s busiest airports with system for monitoring wind shear....

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Photovoltaic Technology Evaluation Center reopens in Freiburg

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Following last year’s devastating fire, Fraunhofer ISE’s R&D center is reborn and pushing for resumption of European solar cell manufacture....

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Jenoptik buys Prodomax Automation…

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