All Things Photonics
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Hear how 3D printed microscopes and smartphones offer the best hope for diagnosing disease in the developing world; how an array set up in Antarctica may soon provide long-sought evidence of the "Big Bang"; or how the work of an African-American physicist a century ago paved the way for spectroscopy's many exciting uses in the 21st century and beyond. Notable guests include UCLA researcher Aydogan Ozcan, Duke researcher Adam Wax, Harvard researcher Ben Schmitt, author and Clark Atlanta professor Ronald Mickens, Nobel Prize winner Donna Strickland, and USC physicist Andrea Armani.
All Things Photonics airs every other Tuesday. Published by Photonics Media.
Manu Prakash (Part 2): Dinner Table Microscopy, (Not) Knowing It All, and Science Education
Manu Prakash (Part 1): Frugal Science, for Love of the Mundane, and 1 Million Foldscopes (and Counting)
Michal Lipson: Silicon Photonics in the Fast Lane, Light on a Chip, and 20-Plus Years of Innovation
Charlie & Charlie; New Coherent CEO
Jürgen Popp: Raman Spectroscopy and Early Disease Detection
Adam Wax: Microscopy and Cancer Detection
Photonics and Coronavirus; Andrea Armani and online conferences; Daguerreotypes and astrophysics
Ursula Keller: SESAM ultrafast lasers and the world’s most accurate clock; 3D glasses and 500 million years of evolution.
Walter Burgess: Lasers in Cinema; 100 Years of Spectroscopy
All Things Photonics Trailer
Roberta Ramponi: COVID-19 and Italy