Mexico, Canary Islands and Chile locations among those being explored as an alternative to Mauna Kea.
Opening plenary talks cover astronomical hot topics opening new windows on the universe.
Bad weather in Chile causing problems but project leaders remain confident of October 2022 start to giant survey of the night sky.
US-focused interest group wants more development cash and ‘intelligent protection’ for critical technologies used in high-power lasers.
First non-stop flight over the Atlantic Ocean powered by photovoltaic cells is completed in just over 71 hours.
Such technologies "will improve the accuracy of measuring time, frequency, rotation, magnetic fields and gravity."
Pune facility highlights company's investment in the development of laser-AM technologies.
New era of gravitational-wave astronomy with laser interferometers looks well under way as second black-hole collision is confirmed and third is investigated.
Professor Sheila Rowan, part of the global effort working on gravitational wave detection, specializes in optical materials for mirror substrates.
Consultants recommend 'short-term' extension of exemption from enviornmental regulations for cadmium QD use in TVs, but not in lighting applications.
Director of the EPFL photovoltaics lab and CSEM’s dedicated PV center claims prestigious European award.
Photodynamic therapy pioneer Stefan Andersson-Engels joins from Lund’s Medical Laser Centre in Sweden.