SolarWorld and six other unspecified US silicon cell and module manufacturers take case to International Trade Commission.
The latest annual list of 'up and coming' cleantech ventures features some familiar names, some new faces and one notable absentee.
Democrat Ron Wyden says that massive state subsidies for cleantech in China are costing jobs in the rest of the world.
Additional £50M will aid graphene commercialization, with £3.5M for the European Extremely Large Telescope.
CCD imaging and state-of-the-art telescopes played a crucial role in discovery of accelerating universe expansion.
Semiconductor lighting is widely used in freezer cabinets - now, says Nualight, it is spreading to chiller cabinets and even fresh food displays.
The French regional technology cluster has reorganized its activities into three business units.
The industry group representing photonics in Europe agrees to a four-fold leveraging of initial public funding for technology development.
Congress battle lines are drawn as a Senate subcommittee provides more funding for NASA but less for NIST and NSF than its House counterpart.
The European Physical Society (EPS) is set to make a formal request for United Nations endorsement of 2015 as an 'International Year of Light'.
Largest ever survey of people working in optics and photonics finds that aerospace is the highest-paid discipline.
As the National Ignition Facility closes in on laser fusion with energy gain, there are calls for the UK to coordinate a dedicated effort.