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Digital anatomy Polyjet printing (left) which simulates the biomechanical structure of the anatomy, and full colour Polyjet printing (right) which is used for visual representation of anatomical models

UK photonics medtech centre installs anatomy printer

The printer will support medical decision making and aid in the development of new imaging and diagnostic medical devices

Carbon Robotics' autonomous weed elimination robot combines AI and laser technology to identify, target and eliminate weeds. (Image: Carbon Robotics)

AI-powered lasers to remove weeds from fields

A newly-developed method could replace chemical and mechanical techniques

Schematic of three different nano flashlights for the generation of (left to right) focused, wide-spanning, and collimated light beams. Credit: Robin Singh

Flashlight on a chip to enable new applications

The device was created using using existing fabrication technologies familiar to the microelectronics industry

This storage ring free-electron laser from Triangle University Nuclear Laboratory enabled sub-170 nanometer lasing with LZH optics (Triangle University Nuclear Laboratory)

New optics permit sub-170nm lasing

Up until now, oscillator free-electron lasers have only reached emission wavelengths down to 176.4nm

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