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Making Fluorescent Chips Using an Inkjet Printer

Want to quickly test blood for pathogens? Or food for toxins? In the future, you will be able to do just that from the...
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Sensors Helping Farmers to Avoid Water and Nitrogen Over-use

Arable farming can be challenging and getting the balance right between the chemicals the crops need to thrive while minimising the impact on the...
fiber laser

Tracking Debris in the Earth‘s Orbit with Centimeter Precision Using Efficient...

Uncontrollable flying objects in orbit are a massive risk for modern space travel, and, due to our dependence on satellites today, it is also...
Entangled Photons

Bug-proof Communication with Entangled Photons

Due to the rapidly growing processing power of computers, conventional encryption of data is becoming increasingly insecure. One solution is coding with entangled photons....
Infrared 3D scanner

Infrared 3D Scanner: Fast and Accurate

Infrared 3D scanners have been used in video games for quite some time. Whereas in video games the scanners are, for example, only able...
camera

Compound Eyes for Industry and Smartphone

Fraunhofer researchers have developed a process enabling the production of a two millimeter flat camera. Similar to the eyes of insects, its lens is...
ntireflective coating

New antireflective coating reduces stray light and reflections

Transparent plastic optical lenses can be manufactured cheaply and in any shape. However, a downside is that they reflect light just as much as...
Optical lenses

New Antireflective Coating Reduces Stray Light and Reflections

Optical lenses’ main task is to focus light. They enable cameras to take sharply focused photos, and LED headlamps to shine brightly and flexibly...