Stephen R. Wilk
Five years have passed since Stephen R. Wilk wrote about edible lasers for OPN. This month he takes a look at edible optics—lenses, prisms, films and even optical fibers made of sugar and salt.
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Publish Date: 01 December 2014
Optics in 2014
Self-Mode-Locked Semiconductor Disk Lasers
Turning a Needle into a Microscope
Incoherent-Light Temporal Imaging of Intensity Waveforms
Quantitative Phase Imaging of Cells in 2-, 3- and 4-D
Super-Resolution Imaging with Airy Beams
A 4-D OCT Engine with 1 GVoxel/s
MR-OCT: Affordable Tomographic Imaging Applications
Photon-Correlation Interferometer for Quantum Metrology
Nano Guiding of Light Using Dyakonov Waves
Supersymmetric Mode Converters and Transformation Optics
Integrated Photonics Goes Flexible
Quantum-Optical Spectroscopy Reveals Dropletons in Quantum Wells
Spin on a Fiber
New Method for THz Detection and Imaging
Efficient Broadband THz Generation from Split-Ring-Resonator Metamaterials
Asymmetric Polarization Singularities in Optical Beams
Image Transport via Transverse Anderson Localization
Optofluidic Chiral Sorting at the Micron Scale
Optomechanical Self-Structuring of Cold Atoms
Chiral Torsional Metamaterials
Doing Math with Light
Efficient, Broadband Holograms via Optical Nano-Antennas
Improving OCE for In Vivo Use with Resonant-Frequency Measurement
A New Window into Disease
Bright High-Order Harmonics with Controlled Polarization
Turning on Graphene’s Optical Nonlinearities
Random Fiber Laser: Simpler and Brighter
After Image Photo Contest Winners
Can a “Super Laser” Tame Lightning?
Convergence of More Moore, More than Moore, and Beyond Moore
5D Imaging in an Ultrafast Snapshot