Navigation Links
UW prof makes laser for scanning lots of information at once

Madison University of Wisconsin-Madison researcher Scott Sanders has discovered a way to make a laser shine in not one but a rainbow of colors, and to deliver the colors one at a time so they can be used for scanning objects.

Researchers can derive information about a material based on its sensitivity to different colors. This laser system allows them to try a full range of colors......

Full article >>>
'"/>

Source:wistechnology.com By WTN News 04/29/05


Page: 1

Related biology technology :

1. BIO 2007: Wisconsin makes its presence felt
2. Tired of the spin? ExpertVoter website makes candidate selection easier
3. Whitewater makes plans for business incubator
4. Online service makes board connections
5. What makes Silicon Valley so different?
6. Canadian firm buys Proventiv Therapeutics, makes ex-Bone Care exec CEO
7. Why repealing the shareholder wage lien law makes sense
8. Fiserv makes over $1 billion, but profits decline
9. Discovery makes Wisconsin go round at BIO Chicago
10. What makes a "best place to work"?
11. Johnson Controls makes wireless partnership
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:


(Date:5/19/2016)... ... 19, 2016 , ... KCAS Bioanalytical and Biomarker Services, a ... Large Molecule & Biomarker Bioanalysis. , Dr. Siddiqui has more than 15 years ... preclinical and clinical safety programs. “We’ve seen significant demand for, and we are ...
(Date:5/19/2016)... 19, 2016 - I dati ... durante il 52 ° Congresso ... - Le conclusioni dello studio indicano un ... trattati, di cui il 90% presenta una d urata ... più. Il settantadue per cento dei pazienti ha riscontrato un ...
(Date:5/18/2016)... ... May 18, 2016 , ... Shimadzu ... at The University of Toledo. This two-day camp will take place annually starting ... the field of pharmaceutical sciences in preparation for a university academic program. ...
(Date:5/18/2016)... ... 2016 , ... STACS DNA Inc., the sample tracking software company, today announced ... kit processing to help them save time and reduce errors. , Sexual Assault kits ... processed and victims informed of results. Due to a previous lack of tools, many ...
Breaking Biology Technology:
(Date:3/17/2016)... 17, 2016 ABI Research, the leader ... global biometrics market will reach more than $30 ... from 2015. Consumer electronics, particularly smartphones, continue to ... anticipated to reach two billion shipments by 2021 ... Pavlakis , Research Analyst at ABI Research. "Surveillance ...
(Date:3/11/2016)... March 11, 2016 http://www.apimages.com ) - ... Picture is available at AP Images ( http://www.apimages.com ) - ... be used to produce the new refugee identity cards. DERMALOG will ... at CeBIT in Hanover next week.   ... will be used to produce the new refugee identity cards. DERMALOG ...
(Date:3/9/2016)... , March 9, 2016 ... identified that more than 23,000 public service employees either ... been receiving their salary unlawfully.    --> ... government identified that more than 23,000 public service employees ... had been receiving their salary unlawfully.    --> ...
Breaking Biology News(10 mins):