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22 Jan 
SiOnyx lands $20M US Army deal to advance night-vision cameras

Low-light cameras set to be provide US soldiers with technological advantage.

21 Jan 
Mauna Kea reports rise in clinical sales

Optical biopsy firm encouraged by figures after transition to pay-per-use business model.

17 Jan 
L3 division wins $26M contract to deliver weapon sights

US Special Operations Command to receive updated version of holographic sights.

22 Jan 
Rockley Photonics completes silicon photonics platform for sensing

Having overcome significant technological challenges, chipsets have started shipping. Products implementing them will “ramp up the production curve.”

22 Jan 
Microlight3D launches 'new generation' 3D-printer for high-res parts

Altraspin's 3D printing method makes extremely smooth surfaced micro-parts without need for post-processing; cuts time and costs in prototyping.

22 Jan 
Imaging of fruit fly and mouse brains promises richer understanding of neural development

MIT and HHMI project combines expansion microscopy with lattice light-sheet microscopy.

21 Jan 
Sofradir and ULIS to invest €150M in French Nano 2022 program

Five-year investment to develop next-generation infrared detectors; part of EU initiative to strengthen microelectronics.

17 Jan 
Eindhoven team develops hybrid data storage with optical and magnetic drives

Next-generation photonic memory devices are ‘light-written’, ultrafast and energy efficient,

16 Jan 
Brillouin light scattering reveals mechanical properties of tumors

CNRS project could help to link tumors' elasticity with the response to anticancer therapy.

17 Jan 
Flir and WWF unite to combat rhino poaching in Kenya

Sensor systems giant to donate $3M in thermal imaging equipment and support for deployment across the country.

16 Jan 
SPIE announces 2019 Society Awards

24 recipients recognised for achievements across wide range of light-based science advances.

14 Jan 
NASA: back-up electronics should return Hubble camera to operations

Agency says US government shutdown not expected to impact recovery plan for ‘Wide Field Camera 3’.

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