Glaucoma is a serious eye disease that often leads to blindness. It is incurable but if diagnosed at an early stage, inexpensive medical treatment can keep the disease at bay. However, the conventional diagnostic method is difficult, time-consuming, and costly. Read more
The Ava Group’s technology division, Future Fibre Technologies (FFT), and their in-country manufacturing partner, SFO Technologies, have selected NKT Photonics as their laser partner for a large-scale secure data network project in India. Read more
On September 11th 2019, Rheinmetall Waffe Munition GmbH announced the successful test of a 20 KW laser source based on spectral combining of 12 fiber lasers supplied by NKT Photonics. Read more
Perovskite nanocrystals have photoluminescence quantum yields as high as 99% despite a very cheap and easy synthesis which make them an ideal candidate for future LEDs and other light-emitting applications. Read more
NKT Photonics, a leading supplier of high-performance ultrafast laser technology, fiber optic sensing systems, and photonic crystal fibers has signed a strategic partnership agreement with Oxide Corporation of Japan, the world’s premier supplier of industrially reliable optical frequency conversion technology. Read more
Imagine that you can evaluate your health on a day-to-day basis, ensuring that no small sign of critical illness is missed. Imagine a world where early treatment – or even prevention – of diseases saves and improves numerous lives.
With this goal in mind, researchers at the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) and the Australian National University (ANU) set out to detect and locate tiny molecules, which can serve as an early indication of illness. Read more
Above our heads, three satellites orbit the Earth. The satellites form the Swarm mission. Onboard the satellites are some complex equipment with the cool name “Absolute Scalar Magnetometers”. Their job is to measure changes in the Earth's magnetic field. The data is used to create the World Magnetic Model – a map of the Earth’s magnetic field. Read more
A new, advanced optical technology makes it possible to characterize ultra-thin materials without touching them.
The technology has the potential to revolutionize the semiconductor industry and create brand new opportunities within sustainable electronics and data management. Read more