|Flir and WWF unite to combat rhino poaching in Kenya 17 Jan|
Sensor systems giant to donate $3M in thermal imaging equipment and support for deployment across the country.
|SPIE announces 2019 Society Awards 16 Jan|
24 recipients recognised for achievements across wide range of light-based science advances.
|NASA: back-up electronics should return Hubble camera to operations 14 Jan|
Agency says US government shutdown not expected to impact recovery plan for ‘Wide Field Camera 3’.
|2019 SPIE Startup Challenge semi-finalists named 09 Jan|
Contenders to showcase innovations in healthcare, lasers, wearables and IoT, hoping to win big at PW 2019.
|Photonics21 announces Infoday to promote 2019 calls 02 Jan|
|SPIE applauds passage of US National Quantum Initiative Act 27 Dec 2018|
|MIT publishes its ‘35 Innovators Under 35’ list for 2018 20 Dec 2018|
|National Photonics Initiative applauds US Senate as quantum legislation passes 17 Dec 2018|
|Physics Nobel winners receive medals in Stockholm ceremony 13 Dec 2018|
|Prism Awards: startups and stalwarts make 2019 shortlist 05 Dec 2018|
|$20M gift endows ten new faculty chairs at University of Arizona 03 Dec 2018|
|PIC pilot line setting up in Eindhoven 30 Nov 2018|
|Edmund Optics announces its 2018 Educational Award winners 23 Nov 2018|
|SPIE urges industry feedback on emerging technology controls 20 Nov 2018|
|AIM Photonics' test, assembly, and packaging site 'ready to roll' 20 Nov 2018|
|CIGS solar modules arrive at International Space Station for evaluation 19 Nov 2018|
|Innoviz solid-state lidar wins CES 2019 award 12 Nov 2018|
|Photonics21 elects 39 to board of stakeholders 08 Nov 2018|
|Vision 2018: industry enjoys record 2017 sales growth 06 Nov 2018|
|Hawaii court backs Thirty Meter Telescope construction on Mauna Kea 02 Nov 2018|
|L3 division wins $26M contract to deliver weapon sights|
US Special Operations Command to receive updated version of holographic sights.
|Shotblast resistant laser marking for die casters|
Canadian developer Laserax says diecasts can now be identified after shot-blasting to ensure clear product traceability.
|Eindhoven team develops hybrid data storage with optical and magnetic drives|
Next-generation photonic memory devices are ‘light-written’, ultrafast and energy efficient,