Including news from GSI Lumonics, DisplaySearch, Osram Opto Semiconductors and more.
A blend of two-photon absorption and organic dyes mixed in a resin generates 3D structures with sub-micrometer precision.
Supply and demand of optical fiber are badly mismatched, according to a market report.
Thieves may soon have their work cut out for them as a UK inventor designs a failsafe optical lock.
The pick of this week’s patent applications including a way to make scatter-free optics that operate at less than 200 nm.
Including news from Nichia, Palomar Medical Technologies, Jenoptik and more.
The pick of this week’s patent applications including a handheld device for detecting plaque on the surface of a tooth.
A new data storage material that is sensitive to blue light could accelerate the development of holographic disk drives.
An infrared digital imaging system will be used to compare three varicose vein treatments.
Scientists in Norway develop a low-cost optical technique that determines the age of a bruise.
Experts claim that adaptive optics has reached a critical point in its commercial evolution.
Including news from Alcatel, Cambridge Display Technology, Strategies Unlimited and more.
A selection of financial results from some of the industry’s big hitters including Coherent, FLIR Systems and more.
A high-speed optical modulator made from silicon threatens the role of optoelectronics made from compound semiconductors.
The UK’s Competition Commission is scrutinizing Carl Zeiss’ planned acquisition of Bio-Rad’s microscopy arm.
The pick of this week’s patent applications including an efficient white light source that uses a discharge lamp and an LED.
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Including news from Osram, Covion Organic Semiconductors, NEC and more.
The pick of this week’s patent applications including a projection objective lens that can be used with 193nm light.
A selection of the latest financial results from Cymer, Newport, VISX and more.
The inventor of the thin disk laser will be honored at next week’s 2004 Rank prize award ceremony.
University of Southampton spin-off raises $10 million in a second funding round.
Dutch consumer electronics firm makes a 5-inch flexible organic display.
A judge has ordered Nichia to pay Shuji Nakamura ¥20b in compensation for the blue LED patents he filed while working for the company.