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  • HALO project concludes

    Four-Year HALO Laser Project Successfully Completes

    Gooch & Housego announced the successful completion of the HALO project. The project launched in October 2012. HALO (High power Adaptable Laser beams for materials prOcessing) was a collaborative research project supported by the European...
  • Enhanced Super-Resolution Microscopy Reveals DNA Nanoscale Details - Experimental overview
  • Dartmouth Researcher Xia Zhou

    Light-Sensing System Tracks Human Behavior

    Using the power of the light around us, Dartmouth College researchers have significantly improved their innovative light-sensing system that tracks a person's behavior continuously and unobtrusively in real time. The new StarLight system has a...
  • Kirill Larin

    Imaging Techniques Map Structural Integrity of Human Cornea

    A biomedical engineer at the University of Houston is developing new techniques to map the structural integrity of the human cornea, work that could lead to more effective therapies for degenerative corneal disease. Kirill Larin, professor of...
  • MRI-Guided Focal Laser Ablation Viable prostate cancer treatment
  • Kristan Corwin, left, and Brian Washburn, both associate professors of physics at Kansas State University, have invented a new patented class of lasers

    Kansas State University Researchers Invent New Class of Lasers

    A new class of lasers developed by a team that included physics researchers at Kansas State University could help scientists measure distances to faraway targets, identify the presence of certain gases in the atmosphere and send images of the earth...
  • PI Berlin develops solar module LED measurement
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  • Edinburgh International Conference Centre

    Insights on Photonics Opportunities in Sensing, Security

    Industry leaders at an all-day event in Edinburgh on 28 September will offer insight on opportunities for new end-use applications resulting from the rapid emergence of innovative dual-use technologies in the defence, security, and...
  • Stemmer Imaging Training in the UK

    Stemmer Imaging Offers Free Hyperspectral Imaging Training

    Stemmer Imaging’s new dedicated UK Customer Centre at its Tongham offices is devoted to customer activities and will host a free hyperspectral imaging training day on 5 July 2016. The completely refurbished 2-storey building not only...
  • Users at POSTECH discuss results from their JPK NanoWizard AFM system

    Medical Diagnostics Assisted by Atomic Force Microscopy

    JPK Instruments, a manufacturer of nanoanalytic instrumentation for research in life sciences and soft matter, reports on the use of their NanoWizard AFM and ForceRobot systems at the Pohang University of Science and Technology (POSTECH) in Korea....
  • Coin-sized Scanner to Target Blindness

    Coin-sized Scanner to Target Blindness

    A European group of scientists are working on the development of a breakthrough, compact, cost-effective retinal scanner that will play a key role in targeting the early diagnosis of retinal diseases that are worldwide leading causes of blindness....
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  • Artist concept of the SuperCam instrument for Mars 2020 Rover

    OptoSigma Advanced Optics for NASA’s New Mars Rover

    The mission to Mars in 2020 will send the Mars Rover up to look for natural resources, inspect for hazards and investigate generable habitability of the planet in preparation for future human expeditions. The Rover will be equipped with advanced...
  • Mazda headlights

    2016 Mazda CX-9 Features Standard LED Lighting

    The 2016 Mazda CX-9 was created using low-beam headlights, which produce 900 lumens per unit—about twice the output of a comparable halogen headlight. Overall, CX-9's headlights are about 35% brighter than a standard halogen unit and...
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