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Georgia Tech develops technology for more compact, inexpensive spectrometers
Georgia Tech researchers have developed a technology to help spectrometers analyze substances using fewer parts in a wider variety of environments, regardless of lighting. The technology can improve the portability while reducing the size, complexity, and cost of many sensing and diagnostics systems that use spectrometers. (2006-02-08)

Virtual reality could help diagnose heart conditions
Virtual reality that allows doctors to visualise the heart in three dimensions could help in the diagnosis of heart conditions. A pilot study published today in the open access journal Cardiovascular Ultrasound reveals that doctors can diagnose heart conditions quickly and easily from virtual three-dimensional animated images or 'holograms' of the heart. Three-dimensional (3D) holograms allow doctors to 'dive' into the beating heart and see interior parts of the organ. (2005-12-22)

Holograms detect digital fraud
A new technique for detecting forged photographs will help newspapers and magazines check celebrity pictures that might have been doctored to make them more newsworthy, and prevent hackers from tampering with sensitive legal images including fingerprint records and medical scans used as evidence in court. (2005-06-21)

Harald Lesch wins the 2005 Communicator Award
Munich astrophysicist Harald Lesch will receive the 2005 Communicator Award, worth €50,000, for his outstanding achievements in relating his scientific work to the public. The award was created in close cooperation between the DFG and the Donors' Association and will be awarded for the sixth time this year. (2005-03-29)

Hubert Wolf wins the 2004 Communicator Award
This year, the (2004-05-04)

Nanoneurosurgery, search for E-T life, bioscan technology and home holograms at frontiers of optics
The Optical Society of America's (OSA) Frontiers in Optics 2003, a conference providing up-to-the-minute advancements in optics and photonics research, features a breadth of significant topics from medicine to astronomy and computing. The meeting will take place October 5-9, 2003, at the Hilton Tucson El Conquistador in Tucson, AZ. Co-located with the American Physical Society's Laser Science conference, news releases from Frontiers in Optics will be available online at (2003-09-24)

Wolf Singer wins the 2003 Communicator Award
Professor Wolf Singer will receive this year's (2003-07-31)

Science close to viewing the beginning of time, UW cosmologist says
New research tools promise tantalizing glimpses of characteristics in the universe that until now have gone unseen. In fact, University of Washington cosmologist Craig Hogan says (2002-03-21)

Physics tip sheet #2 - February 27, 2002
Highlights of this issue include reports on guiding atoms with hologram-generated light, fractal nanopore networks and the evolution of physics (2002-02-27)

Communicator Prize 2000 goes to Albrecht Beutelspacher
Albrecht Beutelspacher is the first winner of the newly created Communicator Prize. The prize, which is endowed with DM 100,000, has been awarded to the Gießen mathematician, in recognition of his outstanding achievements in communicating his discipline to the public. The prize is to be presented on the 15th September 2000 in the framework of a WDR science show that will be broadcast on the ARD channel from 9.45 p.m. till 10.45 p.m. on the 4th October. (2000-09-17)

Data storage enters a new dimension
Holograms will be storing movies, pictures and computer data much sooner than anyone thought, according to a company in Minnesota. The company hopes to use off-the-shelf technologies to make data storage holodiscs that can store six times as much data as DVDs. (2000-04-11)

Purdue Researchers Make Light 'Stand Still' To Measure Motion
Purdue University researchers have demonstrated a new method for using lasers and semiconductors to more accurately measure the velocity of a moving object. (1998-01-01)

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