Equipment providers sense an upturn, and with the launch of its LED-based “personal wireless lighting” system, Philips might just kick-start the lighting revolution.
Executive board of the United Nations' educational and cultural wing backs proposal for 2015.
Moving towards making Ottawa “photonics and geoscience powerhouse”.
‘Birthday’ conference learns about bright future for semiconductor sources
Serge Haroche and David Wineland devised different methods for measuring quantum effects.
Ignition research continues at the giant laser facility, but the end of the calendar year looks like a more significant date than that set by Congress.
Fraunhofer ISE’s Andreas Bett and Hansjörg Lerchenmüller from Soitec Solar share €500,000 prize.
European Microscopy Congress 2012 showcases booming electron, optical, scanning sector
Developing a LIBS instrument to operate on Mars presented significant technical challenges.
Second pillar of pan-European Extreme Light Infrastructure project to receive €180 M in structural funds.
Mass production of laser diodes and backwards–compatible optical data storage recognized with biennial Zukunftspreis.
As photonics leaders in the US put their case for funding research to politicians, the laser pioneer picks up Washington’s new award.
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