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02 Apr 20
Business update: latest industry responses to Covid-19

Photonics organizations and companies continue to adapt to the pandemic, with significant trading continuing in new ways.

01 Apr 20
Olympus Global Image of the Year 2019 winners revealed

Competition demonstrated versatility of fluorescence microscopy in imaging biological samples.

31 Mar 20
II-VI ramps output of diagnostic testing parts to battle Covid-19

Components and subassemblies for molecular diagnosis of polymerase chain reaction testing to boost researchers' resources.

30 Mar 20
Covid-19 lockdown slashes pollution over Europe

Data from Copernicus Sentinel-5P reveal strong reductions in NO2 pollution levels over Paris, Rome, Madrid.

26 Mar 20
Covid-19 impacts business – but some positive signs

Global economy headed for recession, smart phone output could drop 30% in H1 2020 – but many photonics companies dig in.

25 Mar 20
Apple unveils new iPad Pro featuring LiDAR scanner

β€œPro” cameras, LiDAR, motion sensors and its Liquid Retina display suit the iPad Pro to augmented reality applications.

24 Mar 20
NIST uncovers drivers of premature solar panel failures

Interactions between backside plastics, weather, environment and design thought to be speeding up degradation.

23 Mar 20
Lockheed Martin laser weapon to be intstalled on US Navy ship

HELIOS system meets US Navy requirements; to be integrated on Arleigh Burke destroyer in 2021.

19 Mar 20
SPIE reschedules Photonics Europe and other events as digital forums

Canceled Strasbourg event is reborn online for April 6-10; other US SPIE events following suit.

12 Mar 20
SPIE seeks new date for Photonics Europe event

Postponed conference and technology exhibition was due to take place at the end of March.

06 Mar 20
Europe's Quantum Flagship presents Strategic Research Agenda to EC

And 24 EU Member States are collaborating to develop quantum communications infrastructure across the continent.

03 Mar 20
WFIRST space telescope ready for construction phase

$3.2BN follow-up to James Webb Space Telescope still faces funding hurdle, with Trump administration again requesting termination.

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