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  • The picture shows the strongly light-scattering structure of the zebrafish brain The fluorescence image on the left shows that optical microscopy cannot deep signals The optoacoustic image on the right permits high-resolution and three-dimensional informa

    Imaging the Living Brain in Real Time and in 3D

    Until now, limited penetration depth of optical microscopy has held back neuroscientists in meaningfully studying activities in the living brain.  A new optoacoustic imaging method developed at Helmholtz Zentrum München and the Technical...
  • Fraunhofers Ultra-Low-Power OLED Microdisplay

    Ultra-Low-Power OLED Microdisplay

    Until now, most microdisplays have shared the problem of consuming a lot of battery power. Now, researchers at the Fraunhofer Institute for Organic Electronics, Electron Beam and Plasma Technology FEP in Germany have developed an ultra-low-power...
  • Pioneering Ophthalmic Imaging Method Captures Disc Shedding in Living Eye

    Ophthalmic Imaging Captures Disc Shedding in Living Eye

    In a collaboration between Indiana University’s School of Optometry and the University of California, Davis, Department of Ophthalmology and Vision Science, researchers for the first time have captured the process of disc shedding in a living...
  • Photonic Circuits Breakthrough Nano-mirror from 1D atom chain Image of 1D nano fiber, by Neil Corzo

    Nano-Mirror Thinner Than a Human Hair

    Researchers at the Pierre and Marie Curie University in Paris, France, have created a nano-mirror from only 2000 atoms of cesium. 200 times thinner than a human hair, the reportedly smallest mirror in the world offers the same level of reflectance...
  • Photocurrents resolved from CT-AFM of a polycrsytalline CdTe solar cell during illumination
  • Scientists at The University of Texas at Austin have developed a new microscopy technique for looking at nanoscale structures in biological samples that is analogous to using a glowing rubber ball to image a chair in a dark room Illustration by Jenna Luec

    Thermal Noise Imaging Offers Crisp View of Cell Structures

    Researchers at The University of Texas at Austin (US) have demonstrated a new method for making three-dimensional images of structures in biological material, under natural conditions at a much higher resolution than achieved with previous methods....
  • Organolead Mixed-Halide Perovskites Promising for Advance Solar Cells, LEDs

    Organolead Mixed-Halide Perovskites Show Promise for LEDs

    Recent research at the U.S. Department of Energy's Ames Laboratory on organolead mixed-halide perovskites could lead to advanced LED as well as solar technology.  While solar researchers had been adopting lead-halide perovskites into solar...

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