In a groundbreaking development, scientists at the Delft University of Technology have successfully combined two Nobel Prize-winning techniques to create a novel microchip technology. It can measure distances in materials with high precision, particularly in opaque substances, using sound vibrations instead of light. With potential applications in underwater monitoring, medical imaging, and even climate monitoring, this new instrument can revolutionize the way we approach position measurements. The team’s research findings have been published in the journal Nature Communications.
From Light to Sound: A Nobel Prize-Winning Technique Transformed for Microchip Precision Measurements