Press Releases

Jun 10, 2022

Multimodal optical imager for olfactory dysfunction diagnosis

Physical Sciences Inc. (PSI), in collaboration with Tufts University and Massachusetts Eye and Ear, has been awarded a research program from the U.S. Army to explore the use of an advanced multimodal optical imaging technology for diagnosing olfactory dysfunction (OD).

Jun 07, 2022

Modular Collapsible-Hydro-Electric Generator (MCHEG)

Physical Sciences Inc. (PSI) has been awarded a program from the U.S. Marine Corps to design a portable, hydrokinetic generator for use in a wide range of river environments.

PSI’s generator is built from lightweight and high-strength materials with unique joints that allow it to flat-pack for storage and transport. The generator is composed of a set of four, redundant turbine modules that may be quickly deployed to any water flow greater than 0.5 m deep. Once installed in a typical stream, the full system will produce up to 1.5 kW of electricity via a 24 VDC hookup cable.

May 27, 2022

Intelligent Optical Probe for Guiding Core Needle Biopsy Procedures

Physical Sciences Inc in collaboration with MD Anderson Cancer Center (MDACC) has been awarded a research program from the National Institutes of Health (NIH), National Cancer Institute to develop and clinically evaluate a novel probe for guiding core needle biopsy procedures in various organs.

May 25, 2022

Modular Collapsible-Hydro-Electric Generator (MCHEG)

Physical Sciences Inc. (PSI) has been awarded a program from the U.S. Marine Corps to design a portable, hydrokinetic generator for use in a wide range of river environments.

May 10, 2022

Compact Diamond-based Field Desorption Mirror and Cyclone Concentrator for Automated Sampling and Ionization of VOCs

Physical Sciences Inc. (PSI) has been awarded a contract from the U.S. Army to develop a cyclone concentrator (CC) particle collector coupled with an ultra-low power diamond-based field desorption ion mirror (FDIM) for integration with a man-portable mass spectrometer.

Apr 18, 2022

Optical Quantum Network Time Frequency Multiplexer

Physical Sciences Inc (PSI), has been awarded a research program from the Department of Energy (DOE) to develop photonic chip-based time-to-frequency multiplexers to convert time-bin quantum information to frequency-division multiplexed signals within a single time-bin, effectively ‘stacking’ multiple time bins, that will be transmitted efficiently through fiber and demultiplexed using a complimentary chip.

Apr 14, 2022

Stabilized, Freeze Dried Bacteriophage for Use in Austere Environments

Physical Sciences Inc. (PSI), in collaboration with the University of Connecticut (UConn), has been awarded a research program from the US Army to develop a formulation and process for lyophilization, or freeze drying, of bacteriophages for improved stability to enable bacteriophage treatments in austere environments.

Apr 12, 2022

Elbit Systems of America Partners to Produce Next-generation Night Vision Through DARPA-funded Program

Elbit Systems of America has partnered with Physical Sciences Inc. and Stanford University to produce a next-generation night vision system for America’s Warfighters, offering more capability in a smaller and lighter package. The partnership was created to produce a solution for the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) that selected the group to participate in its Enhanced Night Vision in eyeglass form (ENVision) program. The team collaboration on DARPA’s ENVision program will run through October 2023.

Apr 01, 2022

Synchronous Parallel-Plate Non-Linear Transmission Line (SPP-NLTL)

Physical Sciences Inc. (PSI) has been awarded a program from the U.S. Navy to develop an extremely compact broadband HPM source that delivers MW-level power with broad frequency and pulse width tuning.

Mar 29, 2022

Optical Radiopurity Material Measurements

Physical Sciences Inc. (PSI), has been awarded a contract from the Department of Energy (DOE) to develop a laser-based magneto-optical atomic polarization spectroscopy technique that is capable of quantifying Uranium-238 (U), Thorium-232 (Th), and Potassium (K) in clean materials – the dominant primordial isotopes contributing to a radiation background in underground rare-event nuclear physics experiments.