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WPI professor Cosme Furlong-Vazquez right and PhD candidate Payam Razavi in the Microelectronics Testing and Characterization lab
The researchers used the DiffuserCam to reconstruct the 3D structure of leaves from a small plant They plan to use the new camera to watch neurons fire in living mice without using a microscope Credit Laura Waller, University of California, Berkeley
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  • Anja Lund with a piece of the electric textile in the shoulder strap of a bag the lighter-coloured part To the right a LED that flashes because electricity is generated when the textile is stretched

    Electric Textile Lights a Lamp When Stretched

    Working up a sweat from carrying a heavy load? That is when the textile works at its best. Researchers at Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden, have developed a fabric that converts kinetic energy into electric power, in...
  • Quantum Bits
  • Biomechanics Laboratory

    Biomechanics Laboratory Equipped for the Study of Bones

    A brand new biomechanics laboratory equipped with latest technology is coming on stream at Karl Landsteiner Private University of Health Sciences (KL Krems). The laboratory is equipped with a wide array of most modern devices...
  • Flying microlaser
  • Deep-Brain Exploration With Nanomaterial Schematic of the stimulation process

    Deep-Brain Exploration With Nanomaterial

    You cannot peer very far down into a well or below the surface of the ocean before things go dark — light does not penetrate to such depths. Though the brain is far from bottomless, neuroscientists face the same lack of...
  • Researchers used 3D printing to make the holder black rectangular piece for the optics used to create an inexpensive and small hyperspectral imager Feasibility tests showed that 3D printing can be used to produce prototype parts that are accurate enough f
  • Study Tests Impact of Circadian Light on Alertness in Office Workers
  • Laser-Based Non-Line-of-Sight Imaging Technology Graduate student David Lindell and Matt OToole, a post-doctoral scholar, work in the lab Image credit LA Cicero

    Laser-Based Non-Line-of-Sight Imaging Technology

    Researchers from Stanford University in California (US) have developed a laser-based imaging technology to see objects hidden around corners. The extremely sensitive non-line-of-sight (NLOS) imaging system could enable self-driving cars to...
  • Monolithically Integrated Holmium Lasers

    Monolithically Integrated Holmium Lasers

    A team of researchers from Harvard University, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and other institutions have demonstrated a holmium-doped distributed feedback laser monolithically integrated on a silicon photonics platform. ...
  • Faster Silicon Photodiodes with Photon-Trapping Microstructures
  • Afnan Barri and Dynamic Thermal-Adaptive Curved Lightshelf
  • Nanostructures made from gold concentrate light energy and boost molybdenums ability to pull apart the two nitrogen atoms in an N2 molecule illustration by the researchers
  • Schematic graph of the silicon laser device inset top view photo of the device
  • A view inside of the RIR-MAPLE chamber after the thin-film deposition process is over None of the original frozen solution is left in the center, as it has all been vaporized to coat the bottom of the target hanging above

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