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03 Jan 20
Moiin Group gains US patent recognition for motion capture tech

Korean company says its FBG-based motion capture suits are taking another step towards fully integrated VR ecosystem.

17 Dec 19
NASA's Operation IceBridge completes polar surveys

Optical technologies contributed to new data on ice sheets and glaciers.

17 Dec 19
EPFL light sensor measures spectral diet of humans

Project aims for better understanding of how light affects health.

10 Dec 19
SPIE and Photonics Media reveal 2020 Prism Award finalists

The best of photonics innovation will be recognized on 5 February at SPIE Photonics West grand finale.

02 Dec 19
Optics and electronics developers cooperate to promote recycling

Project in Finland aiming to create recyclable, compostable components using renewables.

02 Dec 19
European space chiefs back photonics-enabled missions

Biggest ever European Space Agency budget to support gravitational wave interferometer, optical space network, and a series of new remote sensing payloads.

28 Nov 19
Edmund Optics announces 2019 Educational Award winners

$45,000 in products to be presented to Gold, Silver, and Bronze winners in Americas and Europe to support photonics research.

27 Nov 19
Fernando Zvietcovich awarded SPIE-Franz Hillenkamp Postdoctoral Fellowship

The 2020 award will support research into optical coherence elastography and its translation into clinics.

27 Nov 19
Schott invests €30M to open new glass-ceramic facility in Germany

Mainz hosts state-of-the-art CNC competence center focused on glass-ceramic Zerodur.

26 Nov 19
Photonics21 adds auto industry expertise to stakeholder board

European group elects representatives from Veoneer, Carl Zeiss, IQE, Adva, and 3D-Micromac to decision-making body.

18 Nov 19
Keller heads SPIE's 2020 Society Awards

Society honors 23 distinguished award recipients from wide field of light-based science and technology.

13 Nov 19
NASA's CASE instrument to probe planet clouds on European mission

Scheduled for launch in 2028, CASE will be sensitive to NIR, to complement ARIEL's other IR spectrometer.

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