Work sponsored by the Semiconductor Research Corporation sees chip makers experimenting with the novel approach.
German partners BMG MIS and Fraunhofer COMEDD present first results of the project So-Light.
The rtx1 camera is the first adaptive optics platform approved for clinical use.
US Nuclear Regulatory Commission gives go-ahead for GE-Hitachi venture to build a first-of-a-kind facility.
Company expects 5% growth, as in vivo research demand takes off
The country's first commercial procedures using the LensAR femtosecond platform have taken place in two locations.
Kopin subsidiary Forth Dimension Displays expects to begin shipping the 2048x1536 pixel device in early 2013.
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.