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15 Jul 24
BAE Systems to research stable optical system for NASA’s Habitable Worlds Observatory

HWO will be NASA’s next mission following the Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope, scheduled to launch by 2027.

15 Jul 24
Max Planck researchers propose optical approach to sustainable neural networks

Development could make more energy- and cost-efficient machine learning for AI apps and more.

11 Jul 24
Lasers and 2D materials adapted to fight global plastic threat

Texas Engineers use transition metal dichalcogenide and laser process to tackle problem polymers.

11 Jul 24
SPIE Prism Awards 2025 open to applications from technology innovators

For outstanding new photonics products; finalists to be judged at Photonics West event in January.

11 Jul 24
Teledyne FLIR wins $15M weapon optics contract

Deal with NATO partner country to provide long-range thermal sights used by snipers.

10 Jul 24
NTU wearable microlasers reveal glucose levels in sweat

Singapore project points to new non-invasive ways to monitor biomarkers.

10 Jul 24
ITF World presents the semiconductor industry to mark imec’s 40th birthday

With stellar cast of presenters and a showcase of the latest cutting-edge technologies.

10 Jul 24
Corning revenues boosted by generative AI's optical requirements

Glass and optical fiber giant says second-quarter sales will be around $200 million higher than previously expected.

10 Jul 24
Germany reports ‘record’ generation of renewable power in first half of 2024

Fraunhofer ISE reports growth of solar and wind power – while fossil fuel share declines.

09 Jul 24
Twente discovers ‘new’ shapes of photons and novel applications

Including smarter LED lighting, photonic bits of info controlled by quantum circuits, and nano-sensors.

09 Jul 24
PhotonDelta sets up Silicon Valley base

Netherlands-based technology accelerator aiming to unify US and European PIC expertise.

09 Jul 24
Event camera based on human eye's motion improves robot vision

University of Maryland device mimics involuntary movements to stabilize images.

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