Photonics & Physics

A•P•E chooses NKT Photonics’ aeroPULSE ultrafast lasers for next generation OPO systems

A·P·E integrates the aeroPULSE pump laser in their OPO systems typically used in CARS and SRS imaging applications, where the excellent beam quality, pointing stability, and reliability of the

Bristol Instruments Introduces a New, Lower-Priced Optical Thickness Gauge

The 137 Optical Thickness Gauge uses Bristol's proven interferometer technology to measure thickness with light. This is a non-contact technique, resulting in the ability to measure both

High-precision control of nanoparticles for digital applications

For the first time ever, researchers have succeeded in creating arrangements of colloids – tiny particles suspended in a solution – and, importantly, they have managed to control their motion with

Astronomy

MILKY WAY-LIKE GALAXIES MAY HAVE EXISTED IN THE EARLY UNIVERSE

A new, large-scale computer simulation has shown for the first time that large disk galaxies, much like our own Milky Way, may have existed in the early days of the universe

Detection of gamma rays from a newly discovered dwarf galaxy may point to dark matter

Scientists have detected for the first time gamma rays emanating from a dwarf galaxy. Such a detection may be the signal of dark matter particles annihilating, a long-sought prediction of many dark matter theories

‘Kathryn’s wheel’ collision lights up galaxy

A spectacular collision between galaxies has been spotted near the Milky Way. Two small star systems are slamming into each other, producing a colourful firework display

Astronomers witness assembly of galaxies in the early Universe for the first time

An international team of astronomers led by the University of Cambridge have detected the most distant clouds of star-forming gas yet found in normal galaxies in the early Universe

Astronomers find 'teeny supermassive black hole'

The findings illuminate for astronomers important similarities between galaxies of vastly different scales. And because the dwarf galaxy, called RGG 118, is so small, it's unlikely that it has ever merged with other galaxies, so it gives researchers a window to

Failed stars host powerful aurora displays

The so-called failed stars, which are difficult to detect and also remain hard to classify, are too massive to be planets but physicists from the Universities of Sheffield and Oxford have revealed that they host powerful

Imaging & Machine Vision

Revealing the hidden meaning in mass spectrometry images

Following on from previous work on the measurement and description of the matrix effect, NPL led a Versailles Project on Advanced Materials and Standards inter-laboratory study. Two batches of samples with known compositions were produced at NPL and

LeddarTech introduces LeddarCore sensor ICs for high-volume applications

LeddarCore is intended to give integrators and OEMs the flexibility to develop fully optimized sensor solutions or systems perfectly adapted to their specific applications. Combining LeddarCore with a photodetector, a pulsed light source and optical elements will allow innovators to develop new

Medical Engineering

High-resolution 'laser x-rays' could spot tiny fractures in bone

A new method of taking highly detailed x-ray images of bone using powerful laser beams has been developed by researchers at Imperial College London

Editing the genome with light

A research group at the University of Tokyo has developed a new technology to optically control genome editing

Anitoa Systems Demonstrates Compact qPCR using Ultra Low-Light CMOS Bio-Optical Sensor

A key component of this handheld qPCR is the CMOS bio-optical sensor chip

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Drexel Engineers' Recipe For 'Sandwiching' Atomic Layers Expands Possibilities For Making Materials That Store Energy

The scientists whose job it is to test the limits of what nature—specifically chemistry— will allow to exist, just set up shop on some new real estate on the Periodic Table. Using a method they invented for joining disparate elemental layers into a stable material with

Caltech Announces Discovery in Fundamental Physics

To this end, Caltech's Thomas F. Rosenbaum and colleagues at the University of Chicago and the Argonne National Laboratory recently used a synchrotron X-ray source to investigate the existence of instabilities in the arrangement of the electrons in metals as a function of both temperature and pressure, and to pinpoint, for the first time

Small tilt in magnets makes them viable memory chips

UC Berkeley researchers have discovered a new way to switch the polarization of nanomagnets, paving the way for high-density storage to move from hard disks onto integrated circuits.

Spintronics: Molecules Stabilizing Magnetism

In the present study, three molecular layers of the dye phtalocynine were applied to the surface of ferromagnetic cobalt. Whereas the magnetic moments of the

Photography

OM-D E-M10 Mark II, Compact System Camera

The OM-D E-M10 Mark II is the successor model to the OM-D E-M10 that went on sale February 2014. On the stylish and easy to use compact body, it includes a powerful in-body 5-axis VCM image stabilization inherited from the

Sensitive, fast and intuitive:

With a full-frame sensor and a particularly high-speed, classic focal length prime lens, the Leica Q stands out due to its fast and

Gadgets

RideOn’s Indiegogo Campaign Brings Augmented Reality to Ski Slopes for First Time

RideOn goggles

The experience of riding down the mountain will change dramatically in 2015. RideOn, a startup based in Tel Aviv, recently unveiled their prototype of ski goggles of the

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Experience Virtual Reality with ZEISS VR ONE

ZEISS VR ONE

To dive into virtual worlds, all the user needs to do is select an appropriate VR app and slide his or her smartphone into the headset using the tray provided. ZEISS VR ONE will initially be available worldwide with a tray for the Samsung Galaxy S5 smartphone and the iPhone 6

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For the first time in industry, Sharp Develops 7.0" Tablet with MEMS-IGZO display

Sharp Tablet equipped with MEMS-IGZO Display

The MEMS-IGZO display on this tablet is a cutting-edge display jointly developed with Pixtronix, Inc. (hereafter "Pixtronix"), a subsidiary company of Qualcomm Incorporated. By integrating Pixtronix's MEMS display technology and

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Life style

Ulysse Nardin Musical Marvel Delights on the Hour, on Request with Vivaldi Melody.

Stranger Vivaldi

As revolutionary as it is in engineering, it is equally stylish. Exhibiting a modern appeal, sleek lines are tempered by a repetitive circle motif. Large Roman numerals mark the hours, adding a casual air. Its aesthetic is further

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Jaquet Droz presents The Bird Repeater Geneva

The Bird Repeater Geneva

At the center of the dial, a pair of elegant goldfinches have nested right in the heart of Île Rousseau, the island paradise for birds located precisely at the entrance to the lake. These creatures, their plumage as brightly colored as a Fauvist canvas, hand-sculpted in gold

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