A very interesting review of MINERVA technology and its potential impact featured in a recent issue of Nature Photonics;

“The demonstration of chalcogenide fibre-based supercontinuum sources that reach beyond a wavelength of ten micrometres is set to have a major impact on spectroscopy and molecular sensing.”

Günter Steinmeyer and Julia S. Skibina, Supercontinua: Entering the mid-infrared (Nature Photonics 8, p. 814; published online 31-Oct-2014).


For more information on the project, please contact bruce@vividcomponents.co.uk

Weblink: http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/nphoton.2014.254


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