A quantum logic gate between light and matter

Central part of the experimental setup

When it comes to recognizing complex patterns or to decoding encrypted messages, conventional computers reach their limits. A whole new quality in the communication and processing of data is expected from a technology that exploits the special properties of quantum particles such as superposition and entanglement. Scientists around the world pursue a variety of different concepts towards the development of
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Photonics & Physics

A quantum logic gate between light and matter

When it comes to recognizing complex patterns or to decoding encrypted messages, conventional computers reach their limits. A whole new quality in the communication and processing of data is expected from a technology that exploits the special properties of quantum particles such as superposition and entanglement. Scientists around the world pursue a variety of different concepts towards the development of

FLIR Systems Canada partners with ING Robotic Aviation to introduce an advanced method of infrared inspections

With the addition of the FLIR camera and gas detection filter, ING Robotic Aviation they can locate hydrocarbon gas leaks from the air to inspect pipeline, rail cars, marine vessels and more

Your T-shirt’s ringing: telecommunications in the spaser age

A new version of spaser technology being investigated could mean that mobile phones become so small, efficient, and flexible they could be printed on clothing.

Astronomy

Misleading mineral may have led to overestimate of water in moon

The amount of water present in the moon may have been overestimated by scientists studying the mineral apatite, says a team of researchers led by Jeremy Boyce of the UCLA Department of Earth, Planetary and Space Sciences

Searching for Dark Energy with Neutrons

Gravity resonance spectroscopy, a method developed at the Vienna University of Technology, is so sensitive that it can now be used to search for Dark Matter and Dark Energy

The study of quasars reveals the most precise measurement of the expanding Universe

Astronomers from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey have used 140,000 distant quasars to measure the expansion rate of the Universe when it was only one-quarter of its present age

Southampton scientist to help design and build the world’s largest telescope

Professor Anna Scaife, from the University’s Astronomy Group, will join other UK scientists, engineers and industries in supporting the design of the Square Kilometre Array, which will be the largest and most sensitive radio telescope in the world.

A river of plasma, guarding against the sun

MIT scientists identify a plasma plume that naturally protects the Earth against solar storms

Hubble Finds That Monster 'El Gordo' Galaxy Cluster Is Bigger Than Thought

By precisely measuring how much the gravity from the cluster's mass warps images of far-more-distant background galaxies, a team of astronomers has calculated the cluster's mass to be as much as 3 million billion times the mass of our Sun

Imaging & Machine Vision

Matrox Imaging to Showcase New Flowchart-based Vision Software at ATX Texas

The flowchart-based DA 4 vision software works not only with Matrox Iris GT smart cameras, but also any PC with GigE Vision® or USB3 Vision™ cameras. It gives vision integrators the flexibility to scale projects to different camera resolutions, processing speeds and cost targets, all within the same configuration software

Forza Silicon Introduces Advanced CMOS Modular Video Camera Platform System – 100+ Megapixels at 60 fps

Due to the modular design of both the CMOS image sensor and electronics processing stacks, the array format, frame rate, and power dissipation can be tailored to meet the specific requirements of defense, aerospace, automotive, and medical imaging devices that require state-of-the-art imaging resolution and speed

World’s First Commercialization of Optical-Fiber-Powered Camera

This camera can send images to a remote area about 10km away from where the camera is by only connecting two optical fibers to it.

Medical Engineering

LIGHT AND ELECTRONS, A PROFITABLE DANCE

Over the past half-century, biosensors have opened a new window on the physical world while revolutionizing much of modern society. By utilizing an electronic or optical system, biosensors detect and interact with the components of biological materials, making it possible to analyze DNA, measure the

Researchers at University of Wisconsin-Madison Measure 2D SFG Spectrum of a Peptide Using Princeton Instruments CCD Camera!

Determination of the secondary structure of interface-bound peptides is a powerful tool in the investigation of such protein-misfolding disorders as Alzheimer’s disease and diabetes. Unlike conventional linear spectroscopic methods, 2D IR and 2D SFG provide unambiguous information about the structure and dynamics of target molecules

New biomedical diagnostics using personalized 3D imaging

Researchers at the firm 4DNature and the Universidad Carlos III of Madrid (UC3M) are developing a new technology, called helical optical projection tomography, which improves biomedical diagnostic 3D imaging.

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Sheet metal that never rattles

Researchers from Empa and ETH Zurich have succeeded in producing a prototype of a vibration-damping material that could change the world of mechanics forever. The material of the future is not only able to damp vibrations completely

Silicon-Germanium Chip Sets New Speed Record

A research collaboration consisting of IHP-Innovations for High Performance Microelectronics in Germany and the Georgia Institute of Technology has demonstrated the world's fastest silicon-based device to date.

Newly discovered catalyst could lead to the low-cost, clean production of methanol, scientists say

Scientists from Stanford, SLAC and Denmark have created a new nickel-gallium catalyst that could some day be used to convert hydrogen and carbon dioxide emissions into methanol, an important industrial chemical and potential fuel.

Smart HMI Stick opens up new simpler ways to wirelessly control machines with tablets and smartphones

Applications include industrial machinery, heating systems, air conditioning plants, production equipment, laboratory equipment, test and measurement devices, home automation systems, medical equipment, etc

Gadgets

LG G WATCH POWERED BY ANDROID WEAR BEING DEVELOPED IN CLOSE COLLABORATION WITH GOOGLE

LG G Watch

The LG G Watch powered by Android Wear will present a low barrier to entry for de-velopers and offer the best Google experience for users. LG engineers worked closely with Google from the initial stages of development to ensure that the LG G Watch worked perfectly with Android Wear

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Volvo Cars brings Apple CarPlay to the all-new Volvo XC90

Volvo Cars brings Apple CarPlay to the all-new Volvo XC90

The alliance promises to transform the in-car experience. Called Apple CarPlay, the new service brings all the features and services familiar to iPad, iPhone or iPod users directly into the car via Volvo Cars' large centre console touch screen display

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Fujitsu Develops Prototype Haptic Sensory Tablet

The prototype tablet with haptic sensory technology

While technologies already exist that convey texture by vibrating the touchscreen display panel itself or by generating static electricity, Fujitsu Laboratories has developed the industry's first technology to use ultrasonic vibrations to convey tactile sensations by varying the friction between the touchscreen display and the user's finger.

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Life style

Introducing a new Seiko Astron design, inspired by the curvature of the Earth.

SAS033

The new models have a bold, domed sapphire glass, representing the curvature of our planet and the stratosphere that surrounds it.

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Dual Time Manufacture.

Dual Time Manufacture

Born from an iconic line, the Dual Time Manufacture enables the second time zone and date to be adjusted both forward and backward. Like the Marine collection, it is now equipped with a movement that has been developed and

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