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03 October 2016

Matthew Dale looks at the latest advances being made in additive methods for producing optics

03 October 2016

Jessica Rowbury looks at the development of new fluorescent proteins and label-free imaging methods, helping scientists probe deeper into tissue

03 October 2016

Thanks to spectroscopy, scientists are learning more about how microbeads behave in oceans, where they pose harm to marine wildlife and ecosystems

04 August 2016

Matthew Dale finds out what it takes to shrink optical coherence tomography equipment, advances that could help combat blindness in developing countries

04 August 2016

Jessica Rowbury looks at how point of care testing is improving the diagnosis of cardiovascular disease while reducing healthcare costs

04 August 2016

Having transformed fibre-optic communications, silicon's optical properties look set to spread to applications like chemical sensing and intra-chip communications, finds Andy Extance

06 July 2016

Jessica Rowbury looks at the development of an analytical space system that could, in the future, be used to ensure countries comply to climate action plans

06 July 2016

Matthew Dale explores some of the fibre laser technology operating at longer wavelengths than the standard 1μm

06 July 2016

Russ Swan discusses the market barriers for MEMS and MOEMS technology, which has long been touted as the next industrial revolution

07 June 2016

Matthew Dale looks at how photonics technology is aiding the development of smaller endoscopes with better functionality

07 June 2016

Rachel Berkowitz looks at the photonics technology being developed for probing the universe, which in turn is leading to better commercial products

07 June 2016

Jessica Rowbury finds that sensor technology is impacting the design, engineering, and management of infrastructure

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