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  • At present, more than 90% of the world’s data are generated within the past two to three years. Then with the continuous development of technologies such as artificial intelligence autonomous driving and 5G cloud computing, it is expected that more data will be generated continuously. Until...
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  • Researchers Show How to Create Defect-Free Parts Using Laser Bed Powder Fusion and Alloys

    The researchers systematically investigated the effects of alloy composition on the printability and solidification of microstructures, to better understand how alloy composition, process variables, and thermodynamics affected additively manufactured parts. Through 3D-printing experiments, they d...
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  • Microscopy Method Enables Deep In Vivo Brain Imaging

    HEIDELBERG, Germany, Oct. 4, 2021 — A method developed by the Prevedel Group at the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) allows neuroscientists to observe live neurons deep within the brain — or any other cell hidden within an opaque tissue. The method is based on three-photon microscopy ...
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  • GS Plastic Optics to Produce Planar Waveguides for COVID Rapid Tests

    ROCHESTER, N.Y., Sept. 27, 2021 — GS Plastic Optics (GSPO), a manufacturer of precision polymer optics, will produce optical components for a COVID-19 antibody testing platform developed by LightDeck Diagnostics, a diagnostic-testing company located in Boulder, Colo.LightDeck introduced a novel s...
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  • Institute Will Spur ‘Synergistic’ Quantum, Photonics Advances

    Eindhoven Institute of Technology (TU/e) has opened the Eindhoven Hendrik Casimir Institute (EHCI), a photonics and quantum research center. The mission of EHCI is to contribute to a sustainable information society by bringing together TU/e’s core strengths in photonics and quantum technology, fr...
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  • University of South Australia wins A$1.8M grant to develop new ‘miniature’ lasers

    The University of South Australia has been awarded a A$1.8M (US$1.3M) Australian Federal Government contract to develop technology that underpins the next generation of high-powered lasers in Australia for the defense and manufacturing sectors. UniSA Professor of Laser Engineering, David Lancaste...
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  • World’s Smallest Wavelength-Swept QCL Ensures Portability of All-Optical Gas Analyzer

    HAMAMATSU, Japan, Aug. 25, 2021 — Hamamatsu Photonics and the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) in Tokyo collaborated on an all-optical, portable gas monitoring system for predicting volcanic eruptions with a high degree of sensitivity. In addition to providi...
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  • Quantum Metasurfaces Manipulate Free Photons

    LOS ALAMOS, N.M., Aug. 3, 2021 — A team at Los Alamos National Laboratory proposes that modulated quantum metasurfaces can control all properties of photonic qubits. According to the team, such a breakthrough would affect the fields of quantum information, communications, sensing, imaging, and en...
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  • CIOE 2021 (THE 23ND CHINA INTERNATIONAL OPTOELECTRONIC EXPOSITION)

    CRYSPACK will attend CIOE 2021 held at Shenzhen World Exhibition & Convention Center during 16th Sep to 18th Sep,2021, it will be our honor to have you visit our booth at #5D06 for business.
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  • Warmly congratulate our company was rated as “Fujian high-tech enterprise” and “National high-tech enterprise”.

    In January 2021, Fuzhou CrysPackOpto-Electronic Technology Co.,Ltd was assessed as the “high-tech enterprise of Fujian Province” jointly certified by Fuzhou Science and Technology Bureau, Fuzhou Industry and Information Bureau and Fuzhou Finance Bureau. In March 2021 and were assessed...
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  • Liquid Metal Enables Switchable Mirrors

    Liquid Metal Enables Switchable Mirrors

    Mirrors and other reflective optical components are typically created through the use of optical coatings or polishing processes. The researchers’ approach, developed by a team led by Yuji Oki of Kysuhu University in collaboration with a team from North Carolina State University led by Michael Di...
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  • Optical metamaterials to impact lens market ‘within a year’

    Optical metamaterials to impact lens market ‘within a year’

    Optical metamaterials are ready for initial commercial deployment and will command a market worth several billion dollars by 2030. Those are two of the main conclusions from the latest market report on the emerging optics and photonics technology compiled by analysts at US consultancy Lux Researc...
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