Scientists from the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences and Stanford University have joined forces to create a tunable on-chip frequency comb.
Researchers have come up with a new technique for accurately measuring the power of lasers in real time.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has released a draft guidance on compliance with the agency’s performance standards for laser products. Under FDA regulations, all lasers and other radiation-emitt... Read More...
The lights from fireflies have provided inspiration for a new low-cost laser source.
A new type of laser printing using nanoparticles could lead to major breakthroughs in the medical world.
The newest military innovations are taking force fields and long-range spying out of science fiction and turning them into reality.
A shocking scientific discovery has overturned much of what we thought we knew about electromagnetic radiation, and created a whole new world of potential power.
Scientists at Australian National University (ANU) accidentally improved the performance of nanolasers. The researchers’ findings could form the foundation for inexpensive biomedical sensors, quantum computing, and faster wireless communications.
A new technique from researchers at Penn State University demonstrates that atoms could one day become the building blocks of circuits in quantum computers. The team used a combination of lasers and microwaves to squeeze more quantum computing power into a smaller space and with greater control than ever before.