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20 May 
Huawei row hits photonics stocks

Value of Neophotonics, Lumentum, and II-VI all slump after blacklisting order by US government.

16 May 
Second Sight seeks research talent as it focuses on Orion implant

US firm developing prostheses to restore level of sight to blind people will suspend production of older ‘Argus II’ product.

15 May 
Toyoda Gosei backs optical design startup

Yamagata-based Imuzak also develops optical elements based on moth-eye nanostructures.

17 May 
Dynetics to build 100 kW laser weapon with Lockheed and Rolls-Royce

Contractor beats Raytheon to seal $130M deal with US Army’s Space and Missile Command division.

16 May 
Plessey and Jasper develop GaN-on-Si HD microLED display

Bonding of monolithic wafers leads to microLED displays with addressable LEDs, say partners.

16 May 
NIST builds IR thermometer with 'dramatically improved' performance

600mm-long device can remotely measure temperatures to a precision of thousandths of a degree Celsius.

20 May 
Nanoscribe installs GT2 3D printer in Keio University

First installation offers optimized design,new printing materials to enable high-resolution microstructures up to 8mm.

15 May 
Leti touts 'game-changing' microLED manufacturing process

Integration of gallium nitride emitters with CMOS electronic driving circuit promises better image quality and energy efficiency than current OLED or LCD displays.

14 May 
Helsinki team reboots observation of photosynthesis

Optics of Photosynthesis Lab says better detection of chlorophyll fluorescence improves sensing of terrestrial carbon sinks, plant health.

20 May 
Rapid-fire terawatt laser up and running at ELI-ALPS

Extreme Light Infrastructure (ELI) facility in Hungary switches on ‘Sylos 2A’ femtosecond source in ceremony with Gérard Mourou.

16 May 
World celebrates second International Day of Light

On 16 May 2019, more than 300 events are scheduled to take place in 60 countries worldwide.

13 May 
Huge hybrid mirror arrives at mountain summit

8.4 m-diameter optical component combines primary and tertiary mirror functions for Large Synoptic Survey Telescope.

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