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A PV array A 06-kW First Solar cadmium telluride photovoltaic test array was installed in June 1995 at NRELs Outdoor Test Facility Photo by Dennis Schroeder, NREL
An X-ray pulse white line is built from real and imaginary components red and blue dashes that determine quantum effects A neural network analyzes low resolution measurements black shadow to reveal the high-resolution pulse and its components
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  • The intensity shaper can convert an input Gaussian beam to precisely direct light, as in a smiley light distribution Precision arrangement of voxels is achieved using ultrafast direct laser writing c Each voxel is a micron-sized element with b a specific

    Ultrafast Laser Method Assists in Directing Light

    Photonic technologies and applications often require light signals to be manipulated in three dimensions such as in optical computing, fiber imaging, data transport and quantum technologies. To be useful, the shape and direction of light must be...
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  • Microscopic photo of PA12, a marine microplastic pollutant Credit Wen et al doi 1011171OE623034102
  • 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...
  • Brain research

    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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