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31 July 2020

How will the world feed 10 billion people by 2050 with no new land for agriculture? Greg Blackman speaks to machine builder Bühler about how optical sensing can maximise yield in grain processing

Investment is making lidar more accessible and cost-effective for the autonomous driving sector

23 July 2020

Keely Portway delves into some of the latest lidar developments for self-driving vehicles, and how these are proving beneficial in other applications

23 July 2020

New methods and instruments are building on impressive investigative capabilities, finds Andy Extance

16 June 2020

Progress is being made on entanglement methods that can work in mainstream telecom wavelengths, in conventional networks, finds Andy Extance 

16 June 2020

Andy Extance finds out how the SPEXS project is looking to extend single photon counting further into the infrared

12 May 2020

Keely Portway discusses advances in photonic integrated circuit biosensors for the detection of viruses such as covid-19

11 May 2020

Greg Blackman on the filters used in point of care devices for testing for Covid-19

11 May 2020

Having helped virologists understand their subject better, optical techniques are readying for their biggest test yet, finds Andy Extance

14 April 2020

Fabricating novel light-guiding structures from glass and plastic will prove instrumental in whether augmented reality becomes an everyday technology, finds Andy Extance

Cubert's Ultris 20 hyperspectral snapshot camera provides a more reliable alternative for aerial surveillance than conventional line scan cameras

14 April 2020

Matthew Dale explores the emerging alternatives to push broom hyperspectral imaging

09 March 2020

Electro Optics speaks to Roel Baets, lead of Imec-UGhent's Photonics Research Group, on the platforms opening up silicon photonics to high-volume production


27 February 2020

Keely Portway looks at how adaptive optics have allowed ground-based telescopes to observe new phenomena, including finer details of the Sun