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EPIC looks to improve investment opportunities at AGM
Electro Optics - News, 6 hours ago
Jessica Rowbury reports from a finance session at the European Photonics Industry Consortium''s AGM, where members discussed potential ways the organisation could help attract investment in photonics
Gamma ray spectroscopy prompts rethink on Mercury formation
Electro Optics - News, 6 hours ago
A Gamma-Ray Spectrometer (GRS) on board the first spacecraft to ever orbit Mercury has caused scientists to re-evaluate their theories on how the planet was formed
Nanoparticles machined with ultrafast laser to combat antimicrobial resistance
Electro Optics - News, 6 hours ago
Researchers at the University of Manchester in the UK have produced new forms of nanoparticles using picosecond laser ablation that have a more effective antibacterial function
Protecting Europe''s nature reserves using LIDAR
Electro Optics - News, April 16, 2015
Scientists from the Vienna University of Technology (TUW) in Austria are developing a LIDAR remote sensing system to monitor Europe''s nature protection areas from the air
Biophotonic laser delivers particles into cells 100,000 times per minute
Electro Optics - News, April 15, 2015
Engineers from the University of California have developed a biophotonic laser-assisted surgery tool that delivers nanoparticles, enzymes, antiobodies and bacteria into cells at the rate of 100,000 cells per minute
Technobis wins EPIC Phoenix Award for entrepreneurship
Electro Optics - News, April 10, 2015
Pim Kat, the CEO and founder of Technobis, which supplies high-tech instruments, has been presented with the EPIC Phoenix Award 2015
Driver assistance to represent €9bn market for photonics by 2020, says Tematys
Electro Optics - News, April 08, 2015
As cars start to include more onboard smart and safety functionality, the opportunities for photonics in the automotive sector look set to increase, writes Clémentine Bouyé and Jacques Cochard at market research firm Tematys
Silicon photonics a step closer to enabling faster, cheaper and lower energy computing
Electro Optics - News, April 08, 2015
Scientists at IBM Research have demonstrated what may be an important step towards commercialising the next generation of computing technology for future applications in the field of cloud-computing, big data, analytics and cognitive computing
Artwork to be studied via non-invasive spectroscopy
Electro Optics - News, April 07, 2015
Precious works of art could soon be studied and preserved by a non-invasive laser technique developed by UK and Italian scientists
Photonics to benefit from US export control reform?
Electro Optics - News, March 26, 2015
The proposed reforms to US Munitions List Category XII are expected to be published soon, a change in regulation that could be controversial among the optics and photonics industry, writes Jennifer Douris, a lobbyist at SPIE
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