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    A High-Sensitivity Hydrogen Gas Sensor Based on Carbon Nanotubes Fabricated on Glass Substrate

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    Abstract A hydrogen (H2) gas sensor had been fabricated using a carbon nanotube (CNT) which was produced via a conventional...

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    Germany’s ‘Excellence Strategy’ to splash €2.7 bn on hi-tech R&D

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    57 new “Clusters of Excellence” – several focused on photonics – and substantial funding for next seven years....

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    White House outlines quantum plan

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    Office of Science and Technology Policy report calls for grand challenges and establishment of a ‘quantum consortium’ with industry participation....

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    Novanta completes purchase of Laser Quantum in $45m deal

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    Acquires remaining 24% of outstanding shares, following its 76% buy-in, last year....

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    Earnings on the rise at Lumibird

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    Executive team at former Quantel-Keopsys business remain confident of hitting €100M sales target for 2018....

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    Astronomers Tiptoe Closer to Confirming First Exomoon

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    Signals seen by the Hubble Space Telescope suggest a Neptune-size moon may orbit a gas-giant planet around a star some 8,000...

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    How Will Trump's Emergency Text Alerts Work?

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    The president plans to send a test message in a system that would notify Americans of an imminent attack or...

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    Indonesian Tsunami Was Powered by a Deadly Combo of Tectonics and Geography

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    The magnitude 7.5 earthquake that touched off the tsunami occurred amid a complex puzzle of tectonic plates — Read more...

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    Revolution in Evolution Wins 2018 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

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    Three scientists sped up evolutionary changes in the lab to make cleaner fuels and cancer drugs — Read more on...

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    Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Can Be Contagious

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    PTSD sometimes spreads from trauma victims to the people who care for them, including rescue workers, spouses and even therapists...

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    A Nerve Pathway Links the Gut to the Brain's Pleasure Centers

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    A newly discovered neural circuit in mice may one day help modify food preferences and eating behavior — Read more...

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    Lidar Reveals More Maya Ruins in the Rainforest

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    Airborne lidar mapping and intensive statistical analysis allow insight into the complexity of an ancient civilization....

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    Metzger Joins FISBA’s US Sales Team

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    Charlie Metzger has joined FISBA’s U.S. sales team as sales manager, handling the company’s selection of advanced optical components. Metzger...

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    Avinger Acquires Atherectomy Catheter Patent

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    Avinger Inc., a developer of innovative treatments for peripheral artery disease (PAD), has announced a newly issued U.S. patent covering...

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    Agilent launches QCL-based imager for rapid pharma analysis

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    Combination of quantum cascade laser with electrically cooled 2D focal plane array said to offer ‘unprecedented’ speed of analysis....

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    Gentex and Teledyne win substantial DoD funding for laser safety eyewear

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    Pilot safety development product contracts are worth up to $98 million each, deliverable by 2024....

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    Laser trio share 2018 physics Nobel

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    Arthur Ashkin wins half-share for early work on optical trapping; chirped-pulse amplification pioneers Gérard Mourou and Donna Strickland each awarded...

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    "Optical Tweezers" and Tools Used for Laser Eye Surgery Snag Physics Nobel

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    The award’s recipients include the first female physics laureate in 55 years — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com...

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    Yes, Violent Video Games Trigger Aggression, but Debate Lingers

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    A study tries to find whether slaughtering zombies with a virtual assault weapon translates into misbehavior when a teenager returns...

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    Laser Achievements Capture 2018 Nobel Physics Prize

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    OSA Honorary Member Arthur Ashkin and OSA Fellows Gérard Mourou and Donna Strickland snag prize for contributions that set up...

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    Novanta Acquires Remaining Equity Interest in Laser Quantum

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    Novanta Inc., a technology partner to medical and advanced technology equipment manufacturers, has announced it has acquired the remaining approximately...

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    Impurities in Semiconductor Enable Qubits That Emit Photons in IR

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    An international research team has discovered a way to create qubits that emit photons at wavelengths close to those used...

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    New Approach to Coherent Extreme-UV Emissions Could Be Used in Spectroscopy, Imaging

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    A new way to generate extreme-UV emissions using intense laser pulses, discovered by a team at the Institute for Basic...

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    The Nobel Prize in Physics 2018 — Tools Made of Light

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    Three scientists, from the United States, France, and Canada, have been awarded the Nobel Prize in physics for advances in...

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    Cox Named Chairwoman of Rosalind Franklin Institute

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    Vivienne Cox has been named first chairwoman of the Rosalind Franklin Institute, the U.K. national institute dedicated to bringing about...

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    Source Photonics Implements R&D, Investment for Transceiver Technology

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    Optical communication technology provider Source Photonics Inc. has implemented early R&D efforts and investments in the operational infrastructure of 100-G...

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    Atlas Copco to Acquire Brooks Automation’s Cryogenic Business

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    The Atlas Copco Group, a developer of industrial tools, has announced an agreement to acquire the cryogenic business of Brooks...

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    Photonics21 announces 2018 BoS election

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    Process for choosing up to 39 new association Board members will run from October 22 through November 5....

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    UK-Singapore team to build quantum satellite link

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    Quantum key distribution (QKD) test bed to be based on CubeSat standard; 2021 operations targeted....

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    Nobel Prize for Medicine Goes to Cancer Immune Therapy Pioneers

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    Two men are recognized for basic research that unleashed the immune system against cancer, becoming a new pillar of therapy...

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    Can We Find the Home of Our First Interstellar Visitor?

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    The most detailed study yet identifies four candidates for ‘Oumuamua’s cosmic birthplace — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com...

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    Quantitative and multiplex microRNA assays from unprocessed cells in isolated nanoliter well arrays

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    MIT researchers develop a simple new chip that simplifies sample preparation and reduces sample volume for micro-RNA analysis In recent...

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    Cancer Immunotherapy: The Optogenetics Angle

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    Ongoing research in “optoimmunoengineering” may help to extend the impact of Nobel Prize–winning work....

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    Infinera Completes Acquisition of Coriant

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    Infinera, provider of Intelligent Transport Networks, announced it has closed on its acquisition of Coriant, a privately held global supplier...

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    Agarwal Group Puts Spin on Photons

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    The University of Pennsylvania’s (Penn) Agarwal Group, headed by professor Ritesh Agarwal, seeks to understand how light interacts with small-scale...

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    UK’s Atomic Weapons Establishment Places Order for Optical Surfaces Lenses

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    Optical component and systems developer Optical Surfaces Ltd. has received an order from the U.K. Atomic Weapons Establishment (AWE) for...

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    Rice, Baylor, TFA Collaborate for Drone Air Monitoring

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    Rice University researchers, in collaboration with Baylor College of Medicine and technology nonprofit Technology For All (TFA), are developing a...

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    Using Machine Learning to Selectively Optimize Photonic Nanostructures

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    Using machine learning and computer simulations, the Nano-SIPPE team at Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin (HZB) has identified the most important patterns of...

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    EPIC and COBO Sign Memorandum of Understanding

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    The European Photonics Industry Consortium (EPIC) and the Consortium for On-Board Optics (COBO) have signed a memorandum of understanding for...

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    FLIR Awarded US FAA Contract to Support Mobile Surveillance

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    FLIR Systems Inc. has announced it has been awarded an indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract from the Federal Aviation...

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    Take a Deep Breath and Say Hi to Your Exposome

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    Researchers begin to explore the unique cloud of airborne microbes and chemicals that surrounds each of us — Read more...

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    Simulation of carbon dioxide absorption process by aqueous monoethanolamine in a microchannel in annular flow pattern

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    Abstract The process of carbon dioxide absorption by aqueous monoethanolamine solvent was simulated in a microchannel in an annular flow...

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    Microcapillary electrophoresis chip with a bypass channel for autonomous compensation of hydrostatic pressure flow

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    Abstract The application of chip-based microcapillary electrophoresis (µCE) to determine the electrophoretic mobility of molecules and particles has been intensively...

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    Immersive art, brilliantly lit

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    Immersive art exhibits are all the rage, offering museumgoers a way to step inside (so to speak) their favorite paintings....

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    The hitherto impossible is our specialty

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    In the final years of the 19th century, the innovative Chicago-based photographer George R. Lawrence used as his slogan, “The...

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    Tunable Laser Light Sources Advance Nanophotonics Research

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    A considerable part of contemporary photonics research that investigates the interaction of light with nanoscale objects — nanophotonics — is...

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    Qrypt Licenses Cybersecurity Technology From DOE’s Oak Ridge

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    Qrypt Inc. has exclusively licensed a novel cybersecurity technology from the U.S. Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL),...

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    Ireland joins European Southern Observatory

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    After centuries of astronomical endeavors, Ireland is set to become 16th member state of ESO....

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    Sell-out ECOC expo showcases innovation

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    The latest ideas and technologies for optical comms have been presented of at this week’s ECOC in Rome....

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    Infraredx imaging spots patients vulnerable to cardiac events

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    Lipid-Rich Plaque Study indicates potential clinical value of the company’s dual-modality system....

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    imec combines solar cells to drive efficiencies above 30%

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    CIGS or silicon solar cells are integrated with perovskite to use different parts of spectrum boosting overall output....

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    Oxford PV targets 37% efficiency with all-perovskite solar cell

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    Five-year research effort with University of Oxford co-funded via UK’s ‘Prosperity Partnerships’ scheme....

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    Cats May Have Duped Us about Being Great Rat Catchers

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    Breweries, warehouses and waste facilities sometimes turn to cats for rat control—but do they really help? — Read more on...

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    Watching a Friend Get Eaten Could Help Animals Learn to Stay Alive

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    “Predator boot camps” in Australia are teaching a group of native animals some hard lessons in coexistence — Read more...

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    Core Modulator Technology Shrinks to Chip Scale

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    Team cracks problem of creating low-loss lithium niobate modulator that runs at CMOS-compatible voltage, a potential boon to integrated photonic...

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    pureLiFi works with Astronics on lifi-based airplane connectivity

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    Benefits of optical wireless communications for airline operations demonstrated at Boston’s APEX EXPO....

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    Isorg raises €24M for organic photodetector ramp

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    Grenoble-based CEA spin-out looks to target applications in consumer electronics as it shifts to mass production....

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    Oil Drillers' Attempts to Avoid Earthquakes May Make Them Worse

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    Shallow wastewater injections—supposedly safer—can cause big, far-flung quakes, study says — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com...

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    Detecting Weak Magnetic Fields with Fiber Optics

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    Using a nanocomposite polymer with magneto-optic particles, researchers design a small, sensitive optical magnetometer that could potentially measure heart and...

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    Researchers shrink LiNbO3 modulator by factor of 100

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    Harvard-Hong Kong-Bell integrated modulator is also more energy efficient, to serve next-gen optical networks....

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    Bionic retina looks good in early safety study

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    First patients to receive radical treatment for dry form of age-related macular degeneration (AMD) able to see patterns including letters...

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    Will L.A.'s Anti-Terrorist Subway Scanners Be Adopted Everywhere?

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    Terahertz millimeter-wave technology will screen passengers for bombs and suicide vests from 10 meters distance as they rush to make...

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    Dynamic adhesion characterization of cancer cells under blood flow-mimetic conditions: effects of cell shape and orientation on drag force

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    Abstract Cell adhesion to and detachment from the endothelium plays an essential role in numerous biological processes such as cancer...

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    A Tunable Biophotonic Rainbow

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    The scales of the colorful snout weevil could hold secrets for producing a palette of colors in the lab....

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    Losses widen as Mauna Kea grows applications base

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    Strategic switch to pay-per-use scheme in the US said to be gaining traction, but overall sales remain down on last...

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    Fiber-optics pioneer Charles Kao 1933-2018

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    Shanghai-born scientist shared physics Nobel in 2009 for groundbreaking work on low-loss fibers needed for practical long-distance communications....

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    After Years of Paralysis, a Man Walks the Length of a Football Field

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    An electrical stimulation device combined with intensive rehabilitation restores walking ability to a spinal cord injury patient — Read more...

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    A Warming Climate Could Make Pigs Produce Less Meat

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    Farm animals raised in hotter conditions do not generate as much protein, which could make pork more expensive — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com...

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    Algorithms for Quantum Computers

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    Developers are perfecting programs meant to run on quantum computers — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com...

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    Plasmonic Materials

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    Light-controlled nanomaterials are revolutionizing sensor technology — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com...

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    "Gambling Brain" Studies Make Clear Why It's Hard to Stop Rolling the Dice

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    Neural regions underlying risk-taking and regret may one day point toward treatments for compulsive betting — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com...

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    Say Hello to Dickinsonia, the Animal Kingdom's Newest (and Oldest) Member

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    Half-billion-year-old fossils reveal new details about one of the most mysterious chapters in Earth’s history — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com...

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    Gene Drive

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    A genetic tool that can alter—and potentially eliminate—entire species has taken a dramatic leap forward — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com...

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    Electroceuticals

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    Nerve-stimulating therapies could soon replace drugs for many chronic conditions — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com...

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    Emerging Investigator Series: Kiana Aran

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    Dr. Aran received her undergraduate degree in electrical engineering at the City University of New York in 2007 and her...

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    The National Quantum Initiative: What’s Next?

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    An expert stakeholder panel at FiO+LS 2018 discussed the nascent NQI’s priorities in education, international cooperation and binding a sometimes...

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    Mosquitoes Could Carry Plastic Particles into the Food Chain

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    Microplastics stay in the insects’ bodies from larva to adulthood — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com...

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    Lab-Grown Meat

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    Meat produced without killing animals is heading to your dinner table — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com...

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    Emerging Investigator Series: Adriana San Miguel

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    Adriana San Miguel is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering at NC State University. She...

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    Mixing Reality

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    A Microsoft Hololens team member explained the optics that goes in to mapping and bending virtual realities....

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    Powerful Lasers, Exotic Science

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    In an expansive plenary talk at FIO+LS 2018, Gerard Mourou took audience members to the realms of the petawatt and...

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    How soil-worms allow for realistic human physiology studies

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    Mice, fruit fly, zebra fish easily come to mind when thinking of animal models for human physiology studies – but...

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    Many Optical Avenues to One Autonomous-Vehicle Goal

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    FiO+LS 2018’s special automotive track explores sensing technologies and emerging autonomous vehicle applications....

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    Computing’s Future, Along Three Paths

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    At FiO+LS 2018, a plenary talk by IBM scholar Heike Riel explored how 3-D chip design, neuromorphic architectures, and quantum...

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    Through the Nano-Optics Looking Glass

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    At FiO+LS 2018, a Visionary Speakers talk by Teri Odom demonstrated that, for lenses and lasers, there’s still “plenty of...

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    Scoping Out the Road to Automotive Lidar

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    The experience of commercializing a previous, analogous automotive feature—night-vision technology—has some lessons for today’s lidar aspirants....

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    Collaborative Career Advancement

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    The third Global Women of Light symposium offered career strategies for promoting female leadership in STEM....

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    Quantum Optics Goes Meta

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    Two research groups demonstrate the potential of dielectric metasurfaces for applications in quantum measurement and information....

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    LED Device Offers Hope in the Hair-Loss Battle

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    Korean researchers develop flexible LED array that could make light-based treatments of baldness easier and cheaper to implement....

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    Imaging Combo Enhances Disease ID, Treatment

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    Early detection and diagnosis of cancer and other such ailments, including cardiovascular diseases, can make all the difference in treating...

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    Enhanced oil recovery for emergent energy demand: challenges and prospects for a nanotechnology paradigm shift

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    Abstract Renewable and non-renewable energy sources remain the two fronts for meeting global emergent energy demand. Renewable energy sources such...

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    Single-Neuron Imaging and Electroencephalography

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    Transparent, flexible and miniaturized microelectrode array allows for in vivo two-photon imaging and EEG on a cellular scale in mouse...

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    No more bonding, no more clamping, magnetically assisted membrane integration in microfluidic devices

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    Abstract The integration of porous membranes with microfluidic devices allows a simple but high-throughput mass transport control for numerous microfluidic...

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    Simulation of the head-disk interface gap using a hybrid multi-scale method

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    Abstract We present a hybrid multi-scale method that provides a capability to capture the disparate scales associated with modelling flow...

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    One Laser, Six Entangled Modes

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    System studied by researchers in Brazil could, in the research team’s view, help tie together future quantum information networks....

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    A New Slant on Electrons

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    An electron pulse—strategically zapped by a terahertz beam—can be compressed and tilted, providing a potential tool for studies of ultrafast...

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    Compact Hyperspectral Imaging in Five Dimensions

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    A new device uses two cameras and a projector to enable 5-D imaging....

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    Fabrication of buried microfluidic channels with observation windows using femtosecond laser photoablation and parylene-C coating

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    Abstract We developed an advanced method for fabricating microfluidic structures comprising channels and inputs/outputs buried within a silicon wafer based...

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    Aggregation and clogging phenomena of rigid microparticles in microfluidics

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    Abstract We developed a numerical tool to investigate the phenomena of aggregation and clogging of rigid microparticles suspended in a...

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    3D-printed microfluidic manipulation device integrated with magnetic array

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    Abstract This paper reported a transparent, high-precision 3D-printed microfluidic device integrated with magnet array for magnetic manipulation. A reserved groove...

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    Inertial migration of single particle in a square microchannel over wide ranges of Re and particle sizes

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    Abstract Inertial migration of particles has been widely used in inertial microfluidic systems to passively manipulate cells/particles. However, the migration...

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    Experimental study of drying effects during supercritical CO 2 displacement in a pore network

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    Abstract Underground storage in geological aquifers is one of the most important options for large-scale mitigation of CO2. During the...

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    Quantitative analysis of sperm rheotaxis using a microfluidic device

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    Abstract Quite puzzling issue in biology is how sperm cells are selected naturally where human sperm has to maintain a...

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    Nanotechnology and global energy demand: challenges and prospects for a paradigm shift in the oil and gas industry

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    Abstract The exploitation of new hydrocarbon discoveries in meeting the present global energy demand is a function of the availability...

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    A novel bonding method for fabrication of PMMA nanofluidic chip with low deformation of the nano-trenches

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    Abstract All PMMA-based nanofluidic chips are becoming increasingly important for biological and medical applications. To fabricate PMMA nanofluidic chips, the...

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    Lidar, App Make Auto Wheelchairs Possible

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    People with mobility issues who rely on wheelchairs could gain a little more independence, thanks, in part, to lidar, a...

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    Contact dynamics of nanodroplets in carbon nanotubes: effects of electric field, tube radius, and salt ions

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    Abstract We report contact dynamics of nanodroplets in carbon nanotubes using molecular dynamics simulations. The effects of electric field, nanotube...

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    Soft lithography based on photolithography and two-photon polymerization

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    Abstract Over the past decades, soft lithography has greatly facilitated the development of microfluidics due to its simplicity and cost-effectiveness....

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    Characterization of electrowetting, contact angle hysteresis, and adhesion on digital microfluidic devices with inkjet-printed electrodes

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    Abstract This investigation characterizes electrowetting performance, contact angle hysteresis, contact line pinning force, and adhesion work on digital microfluidic devices...

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    Particle method for phase separation on membranes

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    Abstract The phenomenon of phase separation has been observed in lipid membranes. This process is remarkable, since both in-membrane and...

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    Pioneers of Miniaturization Lectureship 2018

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    We are delighted to announce that Sunghoon Kwon is 2018 winner of the “Pioneers of Miniaturization” Lectureship! The 13th “Pioneers of...

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    Photothermal IR Spectroscopy Boosts Chemical Microscopy, Expands Applications

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    Current bioanalysis largely relies on tissue homogenization and separation, followed by various assays. Without spatial and temporal dynamics information, the...

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    High-Precision Laser Therapy Transforms Dentistry

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    Since the late 19th century, the mechanical drill has served as the cornerstone of dentistry. However, as dentists’ responsibilities continue...

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    OCT Promising as Clear Point-of-Care Solution

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    Medical devices at the point of care allow clinicians to do what they do best: determine a patient’s exact condition...

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    Advanced Imaging Techniques Enhance Fluorescence Sensing

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    Detecting fluorescence light via imaging and fluorescence sensing can take researchers and clinicians into the body, allowing them to visualize...

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    Blue Light Excites Retinal, Intercepts Cellular Signaling in the Eye

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    An optical chemistry research study has shown how blue light from digital devices and the sun can cause the death...

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    Acoustofluidics 2018

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      Acoustofluidics 2018 is a three-day conference that will take place this year in Lille, France between 29th – 31st August. ...

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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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