Valerie C. Coffey
Advances in data management and component fabrication have made hyperspectral imaging viable in applications ranging from food inspection to pathogen detection to airport security and more.
LEDs promise higher efficiency in street lighting. But overcoming the glare and environmental impacts of the most efficient LED bulbs will require some engineering innovations—and venturing into the sometimes surprising territory of vision science at low light levels.
Stephen R. Wilk
Ibn al-Haytham’s seven-volume Book of Optics, published in 1015, greatly influenced the field of optics. However, some aspects of Ibn al-Haytham’s work have also been the subject of controversy for historians of science.
Patricia Daukantas, Valerie C. Coffey, Sarah Michaud and Stewart Wills
Arsen R. Hajian and Jessica Moreno
Joss Bland-Hawthorn and David Reitze
Liquid-Crystal Metalens Offers Electric Focusing
Nano and Quantum Optics
Quantum Correlations Push Microscope Below Noise Limit