Quantum light source advances bio-imaging clarity

Texas A&M University researchers accomplished what was once considered impossible—they created a device capable of squeezing the quantum fluctuations of light down to a directed path and used it to enhance contrast imaging.

Optimizing competing instrument needs with an objective metric

Designing instruments for spacecraft missions is an exercise in managing trade-offs. With severe restrictions on power, mass, and volume, space-based instruments are often compromised in ways an equivalent laboratory instrument ...

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