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  • Researchers developed a new microscopy technique that can capture dynamic 3D images with a large field of view while maintaining cellular resolution in all three dimensions The Johns Hopkins University research team is shown Credit Photo by Mike McElwaine
  • Postdoctoral researcher Sahel Hakimi and graduate student Jared De Chant from left make adjustments to iP2 at BELLA The new facility will expand research capabilities for Berkeley Lab and the LaserNetUS community Credit Marilyn SargentBerkeley Lab Cancer

    From Qubits to Potential Cancer Treatments

    Things are looking brighter than ever at the Berkeley Lab Laser Accelerator (BELLA) Center run by the Department of Energy’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. A recently completed upgrade will expand the...
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    A New Laser Beam Steering Device for Autonomous Cars

    A University of Texas at Arlington electrical engineering professor is leading a project that will explore an optical laser beam steering device for 3D sensing in autonomous driving cars. To make the device, Weidong Zhou, UTA...
  • Ivan Krukwwwstockadobecom The bispectral camera system being developed in BiCam is designed to increase traffic safety through thermographic monitoring by detecting hot spots on both rail and motor vehicles at an early stage

    Increased Traffic Safety through Thermographic Monitoring

    Early detection of possible failures and fires by detecting overheated areas (also known as hot spots) in passenger and freight transport has the potential to significantly increase safety in road and rail traffic. However,...
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    A World First in Cancer Therapy

    The Centre Hospitalier Universitaire Vaudois (CHUV) in Lausanne, Switzerland, the European Laboratory for Particle Physics (CERN) and THERYQ (ALCEN Group) have signed an agreement for the world-first development...
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  • PhD student Aidan Maxwell, postdoctoral fellow Hao Chen and postdoctoral fellow Chongwen Li demonstrate their prototype all-perovskite tandem solar cell at their testing facility at University of Toronto Engineering CREDIT Photo Aaron DemeterUniversity of

    All-Perovskite Tandem Solar Cell

    A collaboration between University of Toronto Engineering, Northwestern University and the University of Toledo has resulted in an all-perovskite tandem solar cell with extremely high efficiency and record-setting voltage. The...
  • Visualization of the microscope tip exposing material to terahertz light The colors on the material represent the light-scattering data, and the red and blue lines represent the terahertz waves CREDIT U S Department of Energy Ames National Lab

    Terahertz Microscopy Explores New Material for Solar Cells

    A team of scientists from the Department of Energy’s Ames National Laboratory gained insight into a possible alternative material for solar cells. The team, led by Jigang Wang, senior scientist from Ames Lab, developed a microscope that uses...
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    Gaps noted in lung cancer diagnostics and treatment

    Lung cancer is most common cancer in men and the 2nd most common cancer in women according to World Cancer Research Fund International. Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer death overall and among both men and women, according to the American...
  • Zebrafish larva Credit Kevin Zhou Duke University

    Advances in Optical Coherence Tomography

    Optical coherence tomography (OCT) uses light for cross sectional imaging and is most commonly used for medical diagnostics, but it also has uses in applications such as analyzing paint on automobiles, nondestructive testing, and more. The global...
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    Brain Research Advances with Light-Based Technologies

    Common methods of brain imaging present many challenges: some are invasive, others may contain harmful radiation, and many are difficult to use or require the patient to remain absolutely still throughout the process.  Today researchers are...
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    Advancements in Lighting Technologies

    It has been nearly 200 years since the first constant electric light was demonstrated, spurring researchers throughout the world to advance the technology that brought illumination to homes and businesses.While the light that glows in our homes has...
  • COVID-19 research

    Light Technologies in the Fight Against COVID-19

    Nearly a year into the COVID-19 pandemic, and while far too many people have lost their lives or are suffering long-term symptoms, today’s light-based technologies offer hope by advancing methods of disinfection, diagnostics, treatment and...
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    Optical Tools Enable the Study of Microplastics

    Plastics have only been around since the 1950s and yet they’re everywhere: scattered in our lakes, rivers, floating on the top of oceans, and dropping to the bottom. Back in the 1950s and 60s, plastics were hailed as a useful invention, used...

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