OnTRAC is a rail industry-focused optical sensor system co-developed in Canada with Thales and partners.
Multimillion-pound program led by Zepler Institute / ORC, Southampton, for new projects into hollow core and fiber performs.
Dutch lithography giant expects revenues to grow 20% this year as demand exceeds capacity.
Combination of modalities could suit translation into clinical practice.
Swiss research center working on ‘PULSAR’ demonstration project for in-orbit constructions.
Oscillator with double resonant-tunnelling diodes; performs significantly better than similar devices.
|Airborne hyperspectral imaging reveals nitrogen deficiency in crops|
University of Illinois study shows potential for such images to contribute to food production.
|Fraunhofer, Trumpf team up on laser material deposition|
Laser giant signs technology transfer deal with Aachen-based Fraunhofer Institute for Laser Technology.
|KPM Analytics acquires Bruins Instruments|
Bruins specializes in near-infrared analytical equipment for the food industry, all based around a rapid scanning monochromator.
|SPIE names Michael Berns as its 2022 Gold Medal winner|
Professor Berns is co-founder of the Beckman Laser Institute and a Professor at University of California, Irvine.
|Wasatch Photonics and Nikalyte Partner to advance applications of SERS|
Novel SERS substrate to detect materials, with apps in narcotics, food, bio, and environmental.
|Raman technique spots signs of kidney damage|
Shanghai team develops noninvasive test for condition of donor organs.
Spectrum Scientific Inc. - SSI Optics
First Light Imaging
Master Bond Inc.
|A new spectroradiometer drastically improves filter quality 06 Jan|
Admesy develops spectroradiometers, colorimeters and light meters. They are used in large volume 24/7 production testing as well in smaller volume niche system manufacturers. One example is the successful cooperation now started with Cutting Edge Coatings GmbH (CEC).
|Continuous Versus Discrete Calibration Sources: Consideration for Use 05 Nov 2021|
High efficiency and long performance, rapid power up, and compact size have made LED-based sources an attractive alternative for lamp-based calibration systems.
|One laser, multi-color nanoscopy 02 Nov 2021|
In this white paper we present a new technique that makes use of a single laser to excite multiple fluorophores in the same spectral range (red/far-red) coupled to a spectral demixing strategy that allows diffraction limits to be overcome thereby permitting 3D multi-color nanoscopy with increased simplicity, speed, and reliability of output data.
The Pennsylvania State University University Park, PA, United States
LaCroix Precision Optics Batesville, AR, United States
Zurich Instruments USA, Inc. Waltham, MA, United States
Northwestern University Evanston, IL, United States
TMT International Observatory LLC Pasadena, CA, United States