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08 Sep 11
Optogan set to launch €30 LED bulb

Russian company releases first 60 W replacement product in its domestic market, with a global launch and price reduction slated for 2012.

06 Sep 11
Organic PV: closing the reality gap

An army of researchers might be working on organic PV cells, but don't expect a major market to develop this side of 2020.

26 Aug 11
Nemotek goes thinner with Exiguus

The company's new wafer-level camera is designed to fit into small form factor mobile devices.

25 Aug 11
5MW CPV plant in New Mexico starts up

The largest concentrating photovoltaics (CPV) installation in the US has been connected to the grid.

25 Aug 11
Twilite blood sampler takes a flexible approach

A novel design incorporating liquid light guides lets clinicians detect radiotracers in blood more efficiently.

19 Aug 11
DoD contracts: FLIR, ITT Systems, APIC

Thermal imaging, gyroscopes and photonic integrated circuits all receive funding from the US Department of Defense.

17 Aug 11
Elbit boosted by $20M maritime orders

Increasing incidence of pirate attacks prompts orders for electro-optic systems to protect coastal waters.

05 Aug 11
Philips awarded first 'L Prize' for 60W replacement

High-efficacy competition winner is not yet available in stores, but could be launched early next year.

27 Jul 11
Confocal probe shows cancer diagnosis potential

Five new studies published in leading medical journals show wide potential clinical use of Mauna Kea's 'Cellvizio' confocal laser probe.

21 Jul 11
MRI-guided laser offers new epilepsy treatment

Surgeons at the Texas Children's Hospital have performed the revolutionary technique on five patients – all are now said to be seizure-free.

20 Jul 11
Miniature lasers speed up stem cell studies

Mounting diodes inside standard microscope objectives promises faster and more efficient research in cutting-edge cell biology.

11 Jul 11
Billion-pixel sensor to map universe in 3D is built

As uncertainty surrounds the future of NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope, a 106-CCD, meter-long space camera is assembled in France.

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