Cell Imaging in CNS

Here is the latest research on cell imaging and imaging modalities, including light-sheet microscopy, in the central nervous system.

August 6, 2020

Cavity-dumped Q-switched Er:Yb:YAl3 (BO3 )4 pulse laser

Optics Express
Wenbin LiaoGe Zhang
August 6, 2020

Control of slow-light effect in a metamaterial-loaded Si waveguide

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Makoto TanakaShigehisa Arai
August 6, 2020

Silicon photonic chip for 16-channel wavelength division (de-)multiplexing in the O-band

Optics Express
Jordan A DavisYeshaiahu Fainman
August 6, 2020
Open Access

Mid-infrared resonant cavity light emitting diodes operating at 4.5 µm

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Furat A Al-SaymariAnthony Krier
August 6, 2020

High-sensitivity x-ray/optical cross-correlator for next generation free-electron lasers

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Stefan DrosteGiacomo Coslovich
August 6, 2020

Neutron grating interferometer with an analyzer grating based on a light blocker

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Youngju KimSeung Wook Lee

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