Beaming smiles reflect positive order books in Europe’s laser powerhouse
European Southern Observatory (ESO) council votes for provisional go-ahead of project to build the world’s largest telescope.
Letter co-signed by presidents of SPIE, OSA, EOS and ICO urges Iranian government to overturn Omid Kokabee’s ten-year jail sentence.
Merger of two existing networks seeks to accelerate adoption of photonics technologies, and starts out with ten members.
The German organization for applied research finalizes a strategic collaboration with Scotland’s University of Strathclyde.
ASML has begun assembling EUV tools for high-volume chip manufacturing. But are the troublesome light sources ready?
Department of Commerce backs SolarWorld-led complaint in preliminary determination; Dow Corning and Hemlock label decision ‘devastating’.
Ultrafast system designed for embossing and printing applications scoops the 2012 Innovation Award for Laser Technology.
In a wide-ranging interview, seasoned industry battler Giorgio Anania contrasts Photonics 21's flexibility with Europe’s business sluggishness.
Developer of high-performance cameras one of three firms nominated for the Royal Academy of Engineering’s MacRobert Award.
More PV generating capacity was added in 2011 than wind and gas combined, finds new report.
Bruce Carlson outlines the technology needs of the National Reconnaissance Office, and how photonics is the key.