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From an original transparent etching far right, engineers produced a photograph in the dark top left, then attempted to reconstruct the object using first a physics-based algorithm top right, then a trained neural network bottom left, before combining bot
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Above the perovskite layer, a structured polymer film provides better light capture Image Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin
  • From an original transparent etching far right, engineers produced a photograph in the dark top left, then attempted to reconstruct the object using first a physics-based algorithm top right, then a trained neural network bottom left, before combining bot
  • An oscillating light on a sensor helps scientists see individual cells under a microscope and how they behave
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  • Brookhaven Lab physicists Claudio Mazzoli left and Mark Dean at the Coherent Soft X-ray Scattering CSX beamline at the National Synchrotron Light Source II Mazzoli and Dean are part of the team of scientists led by Rutgers University that used the CSX bea

    Reflecting Antiferromagnetic Arrangements

    A team led by Rutgers University and including scientists from the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Brookhaven National Laboratory (BNL) has demonstrated an X-ray imaging technique that could enable the development of...
  • Faster 3D Imaging Could Aid Diagnosis of Diseases

    Faster 3D Imaging Could Aid Diagnosis of Diseases

    Researchers have developed a faster way to acquire 3D endoscopic optical coherence tomography (OCT) images. With further development, the new approach could be useful for early detection and classification of a wide range of...
  • Photonics at University of Arizona

    $20M Gift to UA College of Optical Sciences

    The University of Arizona College of Optical Sciences announced Friday that it has received a $20 million pledge to support 10 new endowed faculty positions. The gift comes from the college's founding dean, Professor...
  • Researchers Michael Zugenmaier and Karsten Dideriksen next to their experimental setup
  • Above the perovskite layer, a structured polymer film provides better light capture Image Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin

    Microstructured Foil Optimizes Light in Solar Cell

    Researchers at the Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin (HZB) in Germany have achieved a record 25.5% conversion efficiency in a perovskite-silicon tandem solar cell after adding a microstructured foil over the perovskite layer to optimize the light...
  • Promising Fabrication Process for Ultra-thin Transparent Silver Films Anjana Devi and Nils Boysen in the lab in Bochum

    Promising Fabrication Process May Boost Efficiency of LEDs

    Researchers at Ruhr-Universität Bochum (RUB) and the University of Wuppertal, both in Germany, have developed a new atomic layer deposition (ALD) process for transparent ultra-thin silver films that overcomes the challenges of traditional...
  • The new sensor can be implanted in the brain to monitor electrical activity or light emitted by luminescent proteins
  • Mantis shrimp

    Vision of Mantis Shrimp Enhances Autonomous Driving

    A new type of camera inspired by the visual system of the mantis shrimp--among the most complex found in nature--could help cameras in self-driving cars to see significantly better. Researchers at the University of Illinois at...
  • Brain vasculature in an anaesthetized mouse captured using Pysight Image Credit Pablo Blinder, Tel Aviv University

    Photon Counting Solution Advances 3D Imaging of Living Brain

    Researchers at Tel Aviv University, Israel, have combined commercially available hardware and the open-source software PySight to improve the quality of rapid 2D and 3D imaging of neuronal activity in the living brain.  How PySight was...
  • Self-powered ultraflexible organic sensor promises wearable heart monitor

    Ultraflexible Organic Sensor Promises Wearable Monitors

    Scientists at the RIKEN Center for Emergent Matter Science in Japan have developed a solar-powered, ultraflexible organic sensor that can act as an autonomously powered heart monitor taped to the skin. The technology could also catalyze...
  • Left The newly developed photoelectrode, a sandwich of semiconductor layer TiO2 between gold film Au film and gold nanoparticles Au NPs The gold nanoparticles were partially inlaid onto the surface of the titanium dioxide thin-film to enhance light absorp

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