Advanced Optical Materials – June Issue Covers

Check out the articles highlighted on the covers of the latest issue of Advanced Optical Materials.

Topical Issue: Image Processing in Biomedical Diagnosis

A special issue of Journal of Biophotonics is devoted to the topic of image analysis and processing in biomedical diagnosis.

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Photochromic Triad as Multifunctional Switch

Researchers from China present a ferrocene-grafted photochromic triad that can act as multifunctional switch.

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A new paradigm for hybrid optical materials

In a new study led by the University of Adelaide in Australia, researchers have developed a versatile direct-doping approach to integrate UPNCs in glass. They discovered that the upconversion emissions of erbium ions can be used to diagnose the survival and dissolution fraction of doped UPNCs in glass.

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Advanced Optical Materials – May Issue Covers

The latest issue of Advanced Optical Materials is now available.

Better healing with blue LEDs

Irradiation with a blue-LED haemostatic device improved the healing process in superficial skin wounds without adverse side effects.

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Watching apoptosis in 3D

A promising approach for watching cell signaling processes in their physiological context.

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Advanced Optical Materials Top 5 – May 2016

The month’s top articles from the field of nanooptics, optoelectronics, optical devices, detectors & sensors, micro/nano resonators and more.

Droop in phosphors

Droop, the decrease of efficiency with drive, is a major technology topic for InGaN-based light emitting diodes (LEDs).

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Stability issues of the next generation solar cells

Due to the need to develop efficient, low cost photovoltaics, different emerging photovoltaic technologies have been attracting increasing attention.

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