Mueller Polarimetric Imaging in 2017 and Beyond

A review on the state of Mueller polarimetric imaging for surgical and diagnostic applications in 2017 and the future.

Snapshots of Superfluid Droplets

First imaging of free nanoparticles in laboratory experiment using a high-intensity laser source

Holograms for 3D-Images of Tissue

New technology for improved diagnoses of chronic diseases with lens-free microscopes

3D-Particle-Tracking With an App

Smartphones with 41-megapixel cameras allow state-of-the-art 3D particle tracking

X-Ray Imaging With Higher Resolution

Incoherent diffractive imaging to image individual atoms in nanocrystals or molecules

Improved Sensing in an Optical Microcavity

Complex scattering effects provide a better way to detect nanoparticles

Inspecting Matter Using Terahertz Light

New technology for upcoming compact accelerators to use terahertz radiation in science

Fastest X-Ray Flashes Produced

With a duration of 53 attoseconds researchers set a new record for light pulses

Terahertz Laser With More Power

New design boosts the power output of the best-performing chip-scale terahertz laser by 80 percent.

XUV-Coherence-Tomography for Optometrists

XUV-radiation interacts strongly with the sample and provides a very high resolution