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18 Newest Publications about the topic fiber opticsrss
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15-Dec-2017 | Caroline Ash; Jesse Smith; Brent Grocholski, Science , 2017
Seismology The seismic networks used to detect earthquakes are limited spatially because they require expensive seismometers to be placed, monitored, and maintained. Lindsey et al. show how fiber optics can be used for seismic recording, using a technique known as distributed acoustic sensing (DAS
16-Aug-2013 | Daniel Clery, Science , 2013
As particle accelerators risk becoming unmanageably big and expensive to build and run, a team of European physicists hopes to solve the problem with a new accelerator design based on simple fiber-optic lasers. Author: Daniel Clery
14-Aug-2013 | Albert W. Girotti, Giorgio Minotti, Photochemistry and Photobiology, 2013
Abstract This is a retrospective highlight on the publication by Ibsen and co‐workers: Localized In Vivo Activation of a Photoactivatable Doxorubicin Prodrug in Deep Tumor Tissue, which appeared in a preceding issue of Photochem. Photobiol. (2013, 89:698‐708). The authors describe the ...
03-Jul-2013 | Robert F. Service, Science , 2013
Giving photons a twist may sharply boost the amount of data that can be sent through optical fibers.
07-Aug-2012 | Yuying Zhang; Meredith L. Akins; Kartikeya Murari; Jiefeng Xi; Ming-Jun Li; Katherine Luby-Phelps; Mala Mahendroo; X ..., Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences current issue, 2012
We report the development of an all-fiber-optic scanning endomicroscope capable of high-resolution second harmonic generation (SHG) imaging of biological tissues and demonstrate its utility for monitoring the remodeling of cervical collagen during gestation in mice. The endomicroscope has an ...
26-May-2012 | Jarmila Mlcouskova, Jana Stepankova, Viktor Brabec, Journal of Biological Inorganic Chemistry, 2012
Abstract Carboplatin, an analogue of “classical” cis-diamminedichloridoplatinum(II) (cisplatin), is a widely used second-generation platinum anticancer drug. Cytotoxicity of cisplatin and carboplatin is mediated by platinum–DNA adducts. Markedly higher concentrations of carboplatin are required, ...
01-Feb-2012 | Murayama, M., Larkum, M., CSH Protocols, 2012
Observing dendritic activity in active animals presents great challenges and there are currently not many options available. This protocol describes the fiber-optic-based "periscope" method for recording from populations of layer 5 (L5) neocortical pyramidal dendrites. This is an inexpensive, ...
01-Aug-2011 | FERNÁNDEZ‐NOVALES, JUAN; SÁNCHEZ, MARÍA‐TERESA; LÓPEZ, MARÍA‐ ..., Journal of Food Process Engineering, 2011
ABSTRACT This study sought to assess the feasibility of using ultraviolet‐visible‐near infrared (UV‐VIS‐NIR) spectroscopy to monitor changes in total polyphenol index, color intensity and volumic mass, three indicators of quality during red wine fermentation. Samples (n = 68) collected from ...
30-Jul-2011 | G. Gagliardi, M. Salza, S. Avino, P. Ferraro, P. De Natale, Science , 2011
The precisely spaced teeth of an optical frequency comb can be used as a highly accurate strain gauge.
25-Jul-2011 | Adaickapillai Mahendran; Yasemin Kopkalli; Goutam Ghosh; Ashwini Ghogare; Mihaela Minnis; Bonnie I. Kruft; Matibur Z ..., Photochemistry and Photobiology, 2011
Abstract We have constructed a fiber optic device that internally flows triplet oxygen and externally produces singlet oxygen, causing a reaction at the (Z)‐1,2‐dialkoxyethene spacer group, freeing a pheophorbide sensitizer upon the fragmentation of a reactive dioxetane intermediate. The device ...