European politicians and bureaucrats should be made increasingly aware of “green” manufacturing techniques, as well as PV and LED applications.
The country's largest center for industrial optics and photonics technology development receives a major boost from the Canadian government.
$20M investment in cutting-edge tools that beat the diffraction limit has added a new dimension to acute disease research.
Optical device production at some of Japan's major manufacturing locations is suspended following the huge earthquake and tsunami.
Finger navigation, cosmetic lasers and atomic clocks can help Oclaro to build a more balanced business, says corporate strategy boss Yves LeMaitre.
At its fifth annual meeting, the organization presented its vision for future photonics innovation to European Commissioner Neelie Kroes.
The UK's new technology and innovation centers will be called "Turing Centres", after the World War II code-breaker.
The European Photovoltaic Industry Association (EPIA) cautions the UK government to act very carefully to avoid creating market uncertainty.
With a best-ever attendance, warm sunshine and busy show floors, Photonics West 2011 reflected a strong mood of optimism.
Alliance between member society OSA and trade association OIDA to focus on lobbying government; memberships to remain separate entities.
Nine awards handed out at the glitzy Photonics West 2011 event represent the cutting edge in optics and photonics technologies.
Option exercised for contractor to build fourth geosynchronous satellite for the Space-Based Infared Systems program.