Latest Frequency Stories
Boston University team makes strides in detecting and controlling terahertz radiation.
University of Rochester scientists discover that laser technique used to change the colors of metals could have important implications for medicine.
Coherent Inc, a world leader in laser technology with headquarters in the USA, and the PTB have joined their expertise in Terahertz technology.
Finally, an optical frequency comb that visibly lives up to its name.
Who says you can't teach an old dog new tricks?
By reversing a process that converts electrical signals into sounds heard out of a cell phone, researchers may have a new tool to enhance the way computer chips, LEDs and transistors are built.
By DONNA GOODISON Music-minded gamers can jam with the newest version of Rock Band beginning today. That's when "Rock Band 2" for the Xbox 360, created by Cambridge's Harmonix Music Systems Inc., hits store shelves.
Terahertz waves, which until now have barely found their way out of the laboratory, could soon be in use as a versatile tool. Researchers have mobilized the transmitting and receiving devices so that they can be used anywhere with ease.
- Having no light.
- Of or relating to the region of a body of water that is not reached by sunlight and in which photosynthesis is unable to occur.