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2012-12-11 Waveguide enables 3D focusing of light
Caltech engineers have created a modified light-focusing device that may lead to applications in computing, communications, and imaging.
2012-07-30 Researchers boast world's smallest semiconductor laser
Physicists at the University of Texas-Austin say they have developed the smallest semiconductor laser that operates well below the 3D diffraction limit.
2014-07-22 Wavelength transmittance for DLP DMD window
This application report provides information specifically on transmittance of DMD windows in different regions of the electromagnetic spectrum.
2014-12-08 Lensless smart sensor takes on IoT, industrial apps
IP licensing company Rambus Inc. is developing a lensless form image sensor that replaces the lens with a diffraction grating and computation, providing a low-cost and non-bulky form of imaging
2008-05-26 Bug cracks photonic-crystal mystery
University of Utah researchers studying the Brazilian beetle says the bug's eerie iridescence is evidence of its unique photonic lattice structurecalled the "champion" architecture in photonic circles.
2012-06-15 TI describes 28nm CMOS TSV integration
A paper by TI researchers showed results indicating minimal effect on transistors within 4 microns of TSV placement.
2007-09-27 Researchers discover razor-like 'nanoblades'
The September 2007 issue of the Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology detailed the discovery of razor-like nanoblades that could be applied in energy storage and fuel cell technology.
2016-04-26 Nanoimprint lithography allows flexible transistor dev't
UW-Madison engineers have pioneered a unique method that could allow makers to easily and cheaply fabricate high-performance transistors on huge rolls of flexible plastic, switching at 110GHz.
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