News

105. "Frequency-doubled degenerate laser is speckle-free green light source," Laser Focus World, November 2017.

104. "Controlling Spatial Coherence," Optics & Photonics News, December 2016.

103. "2016 Microscopy Today Innovation Awards," Microscopy Innovations, September 2016.

102. "Coherence switching allows multimodality imaging from one source," Optics.org, April 2016.

101. "Researchers at Yale test new multimodal imaging laser," Dotmed.com, April 2016.

100. "New laser gets to the heart of imaging," R&D Magazine, April 2016.

99. "New laser creates a swirling vortex of light," Physics World, Dec. 2015.

98. "Top Stories of 2015 from Photonics.com : Reinvented Optical Gyroscope Smaller, More Sensitive," Photonics Spectra, Dec. 2015.

97. "A Chaotic Approach to Speckle-Free Lasing," Optics and Photonics News, Dec. 2015.

96. "Physicists to Develop World's Smallest Light-Powered Gyroscope," Med India, April. 2015.

95. "Research on world's smallest gyroscope," CUNY Newswire, April. 2015.

94. "New Approach Could Develop World's Smallest Optical Gyroscope," Crazy Engineers, April. 2015.

93. "Phenomenally Compact Light-Powered Optical Gyroscope-Based Navigation Systems," Azooptics, April. 2015.

92. "Light-powered gyroscope is world's smallest: Promises powerful spin on navigation technologies," Business Wire, April. 2015.

91. "Light-powered gyroscope is world's smallest: Promises powerful spin on navigation," Science Daily, April. 2015.

90. "Light-powered gyroscope is world's smallest: Promises powerful spin on navigation technologies," Yahoo Finance, April. 2015.

89. "Light-powered gyroscope is world's smallest: Promises powerful spin on navigation technologies," Bloomberg, April. 2015.

88. "A chaotic approach clears up imaging," Science, April. 2015.

87. "Light-powered gyroscope is world's smallest: Promises powerful spin on navigation," Phys.org, April. 2015.

86. "Miniature Light-Guided Gyroscopes for Navigation," Optics and Photonics News, April. 2015.

85. "Light-powered gyroscope is world's smallest: Promises powerful spin on navigation," Optical Society of America, April. 2015.

84. "Innovative laser improves imaging abilities," Yale Scientific, April. 2015.

83. "2014 Microscopy Today Innovation Award, Hui Cao and Brandon Redding, Chip-Scale Random Spectrometer ," Microscopy Today, Sep. 2014.

82. "Butterflies can evolve new colors amazingly fast," The New York Times News Service/Syndicate, Aug. 2014.

81. "Butterfly Shifts from Shabby to Chic with a Tweak of the Scales," National Public Radio (NPR), Aug. 2014.

80. "It Only Takes Six Generations to Turn a Brown Butterfly Purple," Discover Magazine, Aug. 2014.

79. "Butterflies Can Evolve New Colors Amazingly Fast," National Geographic, Aug. 2014.

78. "Multimode Fiber as a High-Resolution, Low-Loss Spectrometer," OPN, Dec. 2013.

77. "Efficient method for controlling the spatial coherence of a laser," Spotlight on Optics, Sept. 2013.

76. "Random, scattered, and ultra tiny: A spectrometer for the future,"Yale News, July 2013.

75. "Disorder boosts performance of tiny spectrometer," Physics World, July 2013.

74. "A spectrometer for the future," Medical Design Technology, July 2013.

73. "Interview : Random thoughts," Nature Photonics, Mar. 2013.

72. "BIOMEDICAL IMAGING:Random laser produces speckle-free images," Laser Focus World, Jul. 2012.

71. "Random Lasers May Fight Random Noise, Imaging," New Haven News, May. 2012.

70. "Random Lasers Fight Noise, Improve Imaging," photonics.com, May. 2012.

69. "Speckle-free lasers could power high-definition imaging," New Scientist, May. 2012.

68. "With random lasers, Yale researchers fight random noise, improve imaging," PhysOrg.com, May. 2012.

67. "Feather Nanostructures Inspire Two Laser Designs," OPN magazine-digital, Jan. 2012.

66. "Microscopes and Math Reveal a Moth's True Hue," The New York Times, Nov. 2011.

65. "Moth fossils show their colours," Nature, Nov. 2011.

64. "Fossil Moths Show Their True Colors," Science Daily, Nov. 2011.

63. "Moth's True Colors Shine After 47 Million Years," Wired Science, Nov. 2011.

62. "Psychedelic-Colored Insects Flew Ancient Skies," Discovery, Nov. 2011.

61. "An Ancient Moth, Now in Full Color," Science, Nov. 2011.

60. "Ancient moth sported a green sheen," Nature, Nov. 2011.

59. "Feather Nanostructures Inspire Two Laser Designs," OPN, Oct. 2011.

58. "GaAs/InAs nanolasers inspired by brightly-coloured birds," Compound Semiconductor, Oct. 2011.

57. "True Colors of Ancient Beetles Revealed," LiveScience, Sept. 2011.

56. "Prehistoric Beetles Sported Hotrod Colors," Discovery News, Sept. 2011.

55. "Fossil beetles show true colours," BBC News, Sept. 2011.

54. "ScienceShot: Coloring in Prehistoric Bugs," Science, Sept. 2011.

53. "Time-reversed "Anti-Laser" Controls Light Absorption," Optics & Photonics News, June 2011.

52. "New laser is from the birds," ScienceNews, May 2011.

51. "Pigment-Free Feathers Inspire Mirrorless Laser," Photonics.com, May 2011.

50. "Fundamental optical physics: Uncovering superabsorption," Nature Photonics News and Views, May 2011.

49. "Brightly Colored Bird Feathers Inspire New Kind of Laser," Wired Science, May 2011.

48. "Bird feathers inspire mirrorless laser," Physics, American Physical Society, May 2011.

47. "LASER PHYSICS: Yale 'anti-laser' absorbs light," OptoIQ, April 2011.

46. "Physics Professors Create First-Ever Antilaser," Processor.com, March 2011.

45. "'Anti-laser' built for first time ," NewScientist, Feb. 2011.

44. "The Anti-Laser's Light-Swallowing Act," Technology News, Feb. 2011.

43. "Beam Bagged: "Reverse Laser" Functions as Near-Perfect Light Absorber," Scientific American, Feb. 2011.

42. "Physicists reverse the laser," Nature news, Feb. 2011.

41. "Antilaser Invented," IEEE Spectrum, Feb. 2011.

40. "Antilaser sucks up light," Science News, Feb. 2011.

39. "Physicists create 'anti-laser'," Physics World, Feb. 2011.

38. "A Dazzling Show Inside a Laser, but a Vacuum of Light Outside," The New York Times, Feb. 2011.

37. "Physicists Build World's First Antilaser," Wired Science, Feb. 2011.

36. "Scientists build the world's first anti-laser," BBC News Technology, Feb. 2011.

35. "Male and female butterflies 'take turns courting'," BBC Earth News, Jan. 2011.

34. "Confining light for use in nanophotonic devices," PhysOrg.com, Aug. 2010.

33. "'Anti-laser' traps all incoming light ," New Scientist, Aug. 2010.

32. "Backward lasing yields a perfect absorber," Physics Viewpoint, Jul. 2010.

31. "Behold, the antilaser," Science News, Jul. 2010.

30. "Butterflies: Science On The Wing," WBUR & NPR, Jul. 2010.

29. "Butterfly Wing Colors Come From Space-Age Structures," Wired Science, Jun. 2010.

28. "How butterfly wings build their color," Los Angeles Times, Jun. 2010.

27. "Unfolding the Colorful Architecture of Butterflies," The New York Times, Jun. 2010.

26. "The Time-Reversed Laser to See the Light," Technology Review, Mar. 2010.

25. "Optical Mushroom: A New Trick for Directional Emission," Yale SEAS News & Events, Oct. 2009.

24. "Structural colour in bird feathers," Science Literature, Apr. 2009.

23. "Bird Feathers Produce Color Through Structure Similar To Beer Foam," PhysOrg.com, Apr. 2009.

22. "Subwavelength all-dielectric disk laser is mass-manufacturable," Laser Focus World, pp. 13, Mar. 2009.

21. "Photonic Crystal Laser Generates Ultraviolet Output," Photonics Spectra, vol. 39, pp. 21-22, Jan. 2005.

20.  "ZnO photonic-crystal laser emits in the UV," Laser Focus World, vol. 41, Jan. 2005.

19.  "Silicon-based microdisk laser detects molecules," OE Magazine, vol. 4, pp. 10, July 2004.

18.  "Microdisk laser creates tiny sensor," Opto & Laser Europe Magazine, and its sister website www.optics.org, April 2004.

17.  "Microlasers in a semiconductor powder," Physics News in 2000, APS news, Jan. 2001.

16.  "Disorderly crystals produce laser light," Technology World, Photonics Spectra, pp. 26, Jan. 2001.

15.  "Laser aleatoire," Pour La Science, vol. 276, pp. 22, Oct. 2000.

14.  "Microlasers," Physics Update, Physics Today. vol. 53, no. 7, pp. 9, July 2000.

13.  "The smallest random laser," Nature, vol. 406, pp. 132-125, July 13, 2000.

12. "Microlasers precipitate action," The Economist, pp. 129, May 27, 2000.

11. "Making light of it," New Scientist, vol. 166, No. 2240, pp. 21, May 27, 2000.

10. "Tiny powder laser sources could have many commercial uses," News & Analysis, Photonics Online, May 2000.

9.  "Powder laser," Physics News in 1999, APS news, Jan. 2000.

8. "Powder laser," Physics Update, Physics Today, vol. 52, no. 6, pp. 9, June 1999.

7. "Disordered films, powders exhibit lasing capabilities," Photonics Spectra, vol. 33, no. 2, pp. 24, Feb. 1999.

6. "Lasing in powders offers LED challenge," III-Vs Review, vol. 12, no. 1, Jan/Feb 1999.

5. "Laser light from a handful of dust," Science, vol. 284, pp. 24, April 2, 1999.

4. "Disordered medium emits UV laser light," Chemical and Engineering News, vol. 77, no. 1, pp. 20, Jan. 4, 1999.

3. " New light on making of lasers, Northwestern magic does it without mirrors," Chicago Tribune, Jan. 2, 1999.

2.  " Powder lases in the ultraviolet," Opto & Laser Europe Magazine, pp. 15, Nov. 1998.

1. "UV lasing in semiconductor polycrystalline films," Recent Research, Optics and Photonics News, vol. 9, No. 8, pp. 56, Aug. 1998.