Pocket power

Whether it’s to check the quality of a bottle of wine, determine whether an organic apple is really pesticide-free, or even self-diagnose a rash at […]

DOPS Newsletter #8

Dear all The year 2016 is now gone and a new exiting year is starting. You can read our newsletter by clicking on the cover […]

DOPS general assembly 2016

Referat fra generalforsamling i Dansk Optisk selskab 2016   Generalforsamlingen er åben for alle og afholdes fredag 25. november 2016 klokken 15.00 i Oticonsalen, DTU, 2800 […]

2017 LASERLAB.DK Symposium

Applications of Laser Technology March 3, 2017 10.30-16.00 The national research infrastructure LASERLAB.DK is hosting a symposium on the Applications of Laser Technology. The aim […]

LZH pioneers optical biohybrid pacemaker

European project BioPACE develops “light-hearted” approach to treating cardiac arrhythmia. German research center Laser Zentrum Hannover (LZH) has developed a “biohybrid cardiac pacemaker” in cooperation […]

Spectrometer Electronics

The function of Ibsen’s spectrometer electronics is to convert the analogue video signal from the diode-array detector to a robust digital signal that can be read […]

Claims of live cell imaging breakthrough

Researchers at Bar-Ilan University and UCLA combine computational imaging algorithm with super-resolution microscopy. Monitoring the biological processes inside living cells as they occur, at the […]

MIT researchers can read closed books

Ten years ago, MIT researchers proved that it was possible to look through an envelope and read the text inside using terahertz spectroscopic imaging. This […]

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