Director of US Joint Technology Office says laser weapons have moved well beyond the realm of science fiction.
Initial decision by Atomic Safety and Licensing Board clears way for construction of a uranium laser enrichment facility.
US Food & Drug Administration agrees $17 million contract for sequencing systems to track future outbreaks of potentially harmful pathogens.
The company's infrared system for detecting signs of medical conditions in exhaled breath will soon receive US patent approval.
Daylight Solutions to develop commercial prototype of "game-changing" instrument that will yield results in minutes rather than days.
US Navy awards $7M contract for ITT Exelis and Novasol to build a line-of-sight system to handle escalating data needs.
A move to a licensing model puts the company's pico-projector business on a sure footing, says its vice president of R&D.
Austrian teams fix molecules precisely into 3D materials. The method promises 'designer' biological tissues and micro sensors.
US Army believes a multiwavelength platform could detect several toxic species simultaneously.
Substantial backing for optical countermeasure and multispectral targeting systems, including a $463 million agreement with Northrop Grumman.
NASA's Mars rover Curiosity powers up its laser and examines the neighborhood.
Car manufacturer to install fourteen “TruDisk” lasers, underlining current strength of demand in the auto industry.