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Alluxa and Laser Components GmbH Announce Distribution Agreement

Alluxa produces its optical coatings and filters in Santa Rosa, California. Alluxa’s product lines include the Ultra Ser…

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Collecting Lost Light

Rayleigh scattering reveals light propagation in optical nanfibers

JQI researchers in collaboration with scientists from the Naval Research Laboratory have developed a new technique for v…

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Northrop Grumman Successfully Delivers Primary Mirror for University of Massachusetts, Lowell PICTURE B Mission

The primary mirror, engineered and built by AOA Xinetics, a Northrop Grumman Corporation company, was

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3D printing with metals achieved by FOM researchers

Researchers from FOM and the University of Twente now made a major step towards high-resolution metal printing. They use…

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Edinburgh Biosciences and Delta Optical Thin Film A/S jointly announce a laser attenuator based on linear variable filter technology

This radically new and patent pending solution to laser attenuation has some remarkable features and benefits compared t…

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The molecular radio: tuning in to the signal of molecules

In this technique the investigated material is illuminated by two very short pulses of infrared light

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AUREA Technology will show Quantum Dots lifetime measurement at Laser World of Photonics 2015 at booth B2.261

The PicoXea is the first all-in-one picosecond resolution Time Correlated Single Photon Counting analyzer, which fully i…

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Rice researchers make ultrasensitive conductivity measurements

Photonic platform could provide ‘optical signatures’ for molecular electronics

Researchers at Rice University have discovered a new way to make ultrasensitive conductivity measurements at optical fre…

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How to build a photonics chip in just six weeks

UBC launches online course for tech workers and enthusiasts

A UBC electrical and computer engineering professor will be the first to teach a new online lab course that sees student…

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Beam Twisters™ provide 90° rotation of laser bar beams

These beam shaping lenses are used to rotate the beams emitted by the individual laser bars by

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Lambda Research Corporation Releases OSLO v6.6.4

In addition to classical lens design features, OSLO is used to simulate and analyze the performance of optical systems b…

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New interlayer-free bonding technology will be presented at the Paris Air Show

This new technology allows high quality bonding of optical components with the same composition without changing the ind…

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Strong constraint exists on one-way street that delivers optical signals to computers, say Stanford researchers

Stanford engineers highlight the limitation of a popular technique for one-way optical data transmission on computer chips.

Optics, a form of data transmission that utilizes beams of light, has the promise to outperform the beams of electrons t…

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Crossing a critical threshold

Researchers from Lehigh University, Japan and Canada have advanced a step closer to the dream of all-optical data transm…

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Tiny but precise: the most accurate quantum thermometers

Scientists have defined the smallest, most accurate thermometer allowed by the laws of physics — one that could detect t…

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Nanoparticle coating eliminates reflection from glass

Reflection of light off glass surfaces is a problem occurring in everyday life, and hinders the performance of solar pan…

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Vanishing friction

In tuning friction to the point where it disappears, technique could boost development of nanomachines.

The optical lattice was generated using two laser beams traveling in opposite directions, whose fields add up to form a …

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“Protective glasses” enable novel exhaust gas analyser

Novel self-cleaning, high temperature and corrosion resistant optical windows developed at DTU Nanotech enable the devel…

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World’s smallest spirals could guard against identity theft

The world's smallest spirals are nearly impossible to counterfeit

When these spirals are shrunk to sizes smaller than the wavelength of visible light, they develop unusual optical proper…

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ZeGage Plus Optical Profiler Adds Speed and Precision

RELEASE OF ZEGAGE™ PLUS OPTICAL PROFILER ADDS MORE SPEED AND PRECISION TO ZEGAGE PRODUCT LINE

The system provides the same ease of use, vibration robustness and small footprint as the ZeGage profiler but with a hig…

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