Said to be largest PV project ever completed for a national assembly building.
Claims that a University of Manchester spin-out will be selling graphene-enabled efficient LED bulbs within months look optimistic at best.
Dedicated new company zone plus €50,000 prize competition at Munich expo aims to be “innovation platform” for young photonics companies.
optics.org gives a taste of some of the hundreds of announcements to emerge this week.
For major contribution to industrial laser materials processing; Fraunhofer ILT hosting USP laser conference in April.
Multidisciplinary research effort co-ordinated at the University of Adelaide confirms interim director Mark Hutchinson in permanent lead role.
€500,000 prize on offer for radical new technologies to maximize fiber-optic transmission capacity.
German-US team recognized for inventing “revolutionary” technique that inspects structures and processes.
Competition invites budding entrepreneurs and young women in photonics. Winners to be named at Laser 2015.
Engagement with schoolchildren also seen as opportunity to plug the skills gap facing the photonics industry.
The reorganized innovation network is now focusing more on tapping the industry’s commercial potential.
Gérard Mourou, Paul Corkum, and Ted Hänsch give lectures at opening ceremony in Riyadh.