Dynamic Mapping of the Eye Surface

New non-invasive instrument images layers of the eye’s protective tear film with speed and precision

Coin-Sized Infrared Spectrometer

New device makes use of special waveguides with an optical refractive index that can be adjusted externally via an electric field

Combining Raman and Infrared Spectroscopy

New technology will reveal the structures of molecules with increased detail and specificity

Compound Lenses Inspired by the Mosquito Eye

Bionic device could someday find applications in autonomous vehicles, robots or medical devices

Ultra-Thin Optical Devices Directly Measure Polarization

Holograms made with metasurfaces could enable fast, compact polarization measurements for spectroscopy

Nanowires Replace Newton’s Glass Prism

An ultraminiaturized device could image single cells without the need for a microscope

Graphene for Super-Resolution Microscopy

New method measures extremely small distances in the order of 1 ångström with high accuracy and reproducibility

First All-Metamaterial Optical Gas Sensor

The device is ideal for the Internet of Things and smart home devices to detect changes in the environment

Eye Imaging with Increased Resolution

Optical coherence refraction tomography (OCRT) extends the superior axial resolution to the lateral dimension

World’s Fastest Soft X-Ray Camera

DSSC detector expands capabilities of the instrument for spectroscopy and coherent scattering