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Lyncean Technologies Inc. receives export achievement award at Hannover Messe, Germany
Lyncean Technologies Inc. announced today that they recently received an Export Achievement Award from the United States Department Commerce's US and Foreign Commercial Service, for its recent success in exporting a Lyncean Compact Light Source to the Technical University of Munich. (2016-05-19)
More light on cancer
The group of Russian and French researchers, with the participation of scientists from the Lomonosov Moscow State University, has succeeded to synthesize nanoparticles of ultrapure silicon, which exhibited the property of efficient photoluminescence, i.e., secondary light emission after photoexcitation. (2016-05-19)
How do trees go to sleep?
Most living organisms adapt their behavior to the rhythm of day and night. (2016-05-17)
Artificial intelligence replaces physicists
Physicists are putting themselves out of a job, using artificial intelligence to run a complex experiment. (2016-05-16)
Printing metal in midair
Reported online May 16, 2016 in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, a new laser-assisted direct ink writing method allows microscopic metallic, free-standing 3-D structures to be printed in one step without auxiliary support material. (2016-05-16)
Attosecond physics: Using laser pulses to direct protons
Using ultrashort laser pulses an international team at Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitaet in Munich and the Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics has managed to manipulate the positions of atoms in hydrocarbon molecules in a targeted fashion. (2016-05-13)
More urinary tract stones are being treated with surgery
Researchers in Oxford who analyzed recent trends related to urinary tract stones in the UK found a sustained and high prevalence of the condition, with an increased trend to treat patients with surgery. (2016-05-12)
Two types of RGB laser light sources successfully demonstrated
As part of a NEDO project, Osaka University and Shimadzu Corporation have developed two new types of RGB laser light source modules, including a world-class high-brightness model and an ultra-miniaturized model, and demonstrated their effectiveness mounted on actual devices with the aim of expanding the application of visible light laser diodes. (2016-05-12)
A quasiparticle collider
Experiments prove that basic collider concepts from particle physics can be transferred to solid-state research. (2016-05-11)
New imaging technology allows scientists to peer even deeper into fatty arteries
Researchers from Purdue University, Indiana University School of Medicine, Indiana, USA, and the Shanghai Institute of Optics and Fine Mechanics, Shanghai, China, have improved upon previous instruments, developing a new IVPA catheter design with collinear overlap between optical and acoustic waves with a tiny probe. (2016-05-11)
Building compact particle accelerators: Bunching electrons can get more done
In the world of particle accelerators, laser wakefield devices are small, but mighty upstarts. (2016-05-10)
Researchers integrate diamond/boron nitride crystalline layers for high-power devices
Materials researchers have developed a new technique to deposit diamond on the surface of cubic boron nitride, integrating the two materials into a single crystalline structure. (2016-05-10)
Performing cellular surgery with a laser-powered nanoblade
To study certain aspects of cells, researchers need the ability to take the innards out, manipulate them, and put them back. (2016-05-10)
New investigation of endovenous laser ablation of varicose veins
This original study conducted by researchers from Ogarev Mordovia State University and Kazan Federal University presents the results of experiments on endovenous laser ablation of varicose veins in vitro using laser radiation of a solid-state laser and identifying the role a carbonized layer of blood in these experiments. (2016-05-10)
These space rocks could save the planet
The planetary defense team at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory -- part of an international collaboration to detect and deflect the next large Earth-bound object -- is preparing meteorites received from NASA to be vaporized by a high-powered laser. (2016-05-10)
Scientists track Greenland's ice melt with seismic waves
Researchers from MIT, Princeton University, and elsewhere have developed a new technique to monitor the seasonal changes in Greenland's ice sheet, using seismic vibrations generated by crashing ocean waves. (2016-05-06)
Physics: From the atomic to the nuclear clock
Measuring time using oscillations of atomic nuclei might significantly improve precision beyond that of current atomic clocks. (2016-05-06)
Blood thinners on 'as needed' basis is safe and effective for lowering stroke risk as compared to long-term use
A new study shows the use of novel anticoagulants for AF prescribed on an 'as-needed basis' guided by diligent pulse monitoring, can be a safe and effective alternative to lowering overall risk of stroke. (2016-05-06)
Scientists watch bacterial sensor respond to light in real time
Researchers have made a giant leap forward in taking snapshots of ultrafast reactions in a bacterial light sensor. (2016-05-05)
Getting a better measure of spin with diamond
Diamonds are one of the most coveted gemstones. But while some may want the perfect diamond for its sparkle, physicists covet the right diamonds to perfect their experiments. (2016-05-05)
Fastest-ever molecular imaging reveals reaction crucial for vision
Scientists have tracked the reaction of a protein responding to light, paving the way for a new understanding of life's essential reactions. (2016-05-05)
Split-second imaging reveals molecular changes involved in vision
A team of UWM physicists image a never-before-seen molecular reaction as a light-sensitive protein responds to light. (2016-05-05)
Now 40, NASA's LAGEOS set the bar for studies of earth
On May 4, 1976, NASA launched a cannonball-shaped satellite that transformed studies of Earth's shape, rotation and gravity field. (2016-05-05)
New method could offer more precise treatment for corneal disease
Disease can cause the cornea, the clear dome-shaped layer that covers the front of the eye, to gradually weaken until pressure in the eye causes it to bulge and leads to vision problems. (2016-05-04)
JILA extends laser 'combing' method to identify large, complex molecules
JILA physicists have extended the capability of their powerful laser 'combing' technique to identify the structures of large, complex molecules of the sort found in explosives, pharmaceuticals, fuels and the gases around stars. (2016-05-04)
How tree crickets tune into each other's songs
As temperature changes, tree crickets can adjust their ears at a cellular and therefore mechanical level to match the changing frequency of each others song. (2016-05-04)
Watch immune cells 'glue' broken blood vessels back together
As we age, tiny blood vessels in the brain stiffen and sometimes rupture, causing 'microbleeds.' This damage has been associated with neurodegenerative diseases and cognitive decline, but whether the brain can naturally repair itself beyond growing new blood-vessel tissue has been unknown. (2016-05-03)
Barrow researchers prove utility of imaging tool in surgeon's hand
Barrow researchers prove the utility of new brain tumor imaging tool in the surgeon's hand. (2016-05-03)
Introducing the disposable laser
Since lasers were invented more than 50 years ago, they have transformed a diverse swath of technology -- from CD players to surgical instruments. (2016-05-03)
An experiment seeks to make quantum physics visible to the naked eye
Predictions from quantum physics have been confirmed by countless experiments, but no one has yet detected the quantum physical effect of entanglement directly with the naked eye. (2016-05-03)
Stiffening of the arteries detected in multi-ethnic study of young adults
Stiffening of the arteries usually related to aging can be detected in early adulthood using a method known as pulse wave velocity, according to a new study led by researchers at King's College London with the University of Glasgow. (2016-05-02)
Study shows asthma-related Twitter posts can predict rise in hospital visits
New research at the Pediatric Academic Societies 2016 Meeting suggests that to predict -- and possibly prevent -- severe asthma attacks in a community, physicians can look for clues in social media. (2016-04-30)
Spintronics for future information technologies
An international team headed by HZB researcher Jaime Sánchez-Barriga has shown how spin-polarised currents can be initiated in a controlled manner within samples of topological insulator material. (2016-04-29)
Exploring phosphorene, a promising new material
Researchers have developed a new method to quickly and accurately determine the orientation of phosphorene, a promising material with potential application as a material for semiconducting transistors in ever faster and more powerful computers. (2016-04-28)
Researchers demonstrate record optical nonlinearity
New research may offer an alternative to the way in which researchers have approached some photonics applications. (2016-04-28)
Four lasers over Paranal
On April 26, 2016, ESO's Paranal Observatory in Chile hosted an event to mark the first light for the four powerful lasers that form a crucial part of the adaptive optics systems on ESO's Very Large Telescope. (2016-04-27)
Hybrid nanoantennas -- next-generation platform for ultradense data recording
A group of scientists from ITMO University in St. Petersburg has put forward a new approach to effective manipulation of light at the nanoscale based on hybrid metal-dielectric nanoantennas. (2016-04-27)
Researchers create a better way to find out 'when'
A machine-learning algorithm created by a A research team has created an algorithm that improves the accuracy of dating past events by a factor of up to 300. (2016-04-27)
Seeing atoms and molecules in action with an electron 'eye'
A unique rapid-fire electron source -- originally built as a prototype for driving next-generation X-ray lasers -- will help scientists at Berkeley Lab study ultrafast chemical processes and changes in materials at the atomic scale. (2016-04-26)
Rare Earth atoms see the light
Dirk Bouwmeester and colleagues discover a promising new route for combined optical and solid-state-based quantum information (2016-04-25)
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