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    SPIE and Vanderbilt announce $1 million optical engineering fellowship

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    The funding will support faculty member Asst. Prof. Kenny Tao at Vanderbilt’s School of Engineering.

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    German photonics sector confident of post-pandemic boom

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    SPECTARIS industry group expecting a 14% increase in sales by German photonics companies this year.

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    Graphene sensor offers new route to imaging tissues

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    University of California, Berkeley develops sensor for faint electric fields around living cells.

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    People in the News: 06/23/21

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    BRAUNSCHWEIG, Germany — Jörn Stenger of Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (PTB), Germany’s national metrology institute, has begun his term as chairperson of...

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    Laser-Driven Semiconductor Switch Pushes Speed Capabilities of Next-Generation Communications

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    A laser-driven semiconductor switch design can theoretically achieve speeds and voltages higher than existing photoconductive devices — potentially enabling communication...

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    Hydrosat eyes global infrared coverage with funding boost

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    $5M round supports plan for a 16-satellite constellation providing global thermal and multispectral coverage on a daily basis.

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    University of Washington turns still photos into videos

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    Deep-learning extrapolates movement from pixels of stationary image.

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    Gray Hair Can Return to Its Original Color–and Stress Is Involved, of Course

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    The universal marker of aging is not always a one-way process -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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    These Videos Could Boost COVID Vaccination Rates

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    Creators on social media platforms significantly extend the reach of coronavirus and vaccine information -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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    Molecular Coating Outperforms Traditional Material to Improve Solar Cell Performance

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    Experiments showed that a coating just one molecule thick can significantly enhance the performance of an organic photovoltaic cell (OPV)....

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    Lattice Light-Sheet Microscopy Provides Real-Time 3D Views for Targeted Malaria Treatments

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    With the help of a custom-built lattice light-sheet microscope, researchers at the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute (WEHI) captured high-resolution...

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    Cold-Atom Source Brings Portable Quantum Devices Closer to the Fore

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    A high-flux and compact cold-atom source with low power consumption developed by an Oxford University-led research group is poised to...

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    Converting Your GC Carrier Gas

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    Learn how to convert your GC carrier gas from helium to hydrogen with this step-by-step guide to avoid the increasing...

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    Trouble-Free UHPLC-Like Performance Using 2 mm I.D. Monolithic Silica Columns

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    Tuesday, June 22, 2021 at 10am EDT | 3pm BST | 4pm CEST Leverage UHPLC-like performance using monolithic 2 mm-I.D....

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    From grocery stores to video doorbells

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    Even before COVID-19, retailers were turning to vision for better inventory management, theft prevention, and productivity improvements. The pandemic accelerated...

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    Cannabinoid Metabolites

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    Fortis Technologies has launched a new application note on the analysis of cannabinoids. A sample of twelve cannabinoids was analyzed...

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    Elbit Systems wins $29M contract for US Army night vision goggles

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    New black and white display to replace green image intensifiers; monochrome now seen as more natural, says Elbit.

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    Rochester's novel chirped pulses achieved with ‘economical’ lab set-up

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    Development promises: better high-capacity telecoms; improved potential to find exoplanets; and better atomic clocks.

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    Children's Birthdays May Have Spread COVID Infections

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    The risk of infection increased by up to 30 percent or so among people with observances in the first 10...

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    Australia's Plague of Mice Is Devastating and Could Get a Lot Worse

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    Drought and extreme rainfall led to an infestation in the nation’s farming areas -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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    New Coronavirus Variants Are Urgently Being Tracked around the World

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    Genomic sequencing efforts are limited in developing countries, but scientists are mobilizing to help -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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    Quantum Cooling on a Grand Scale

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    Researchers use LIGO’s ultra-precise lasers and careful back-action damping to cool a massive object—a 10-kg mechanical oscillator—to near its quantum...

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    STED Microscopy Calibration Uses Adaptive Optics to Improve Brain Imaging Capabilities

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    Researchers from the University of Bordeaux have found a way to calibrate stimulated emission depletion (STED) microscopy for improved brain...

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    Thin-Film Design Delivers Night-Vision Prototype Without the Bulk

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    An international team of researchers has developed a technology that allows people to see clearly in the dark. The technology...

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    Rochester Researchers Use Spectral Filter in Kerr Resonator to Create Highly Chirped Laser Pulses

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    Researchers at the University of Rochester’s Institute of Optics have produced ultrashort, extremely high-energy (chirped) laser pulses using a spectral...

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    Improving Speed and Resolution of Dixon and PCB Analysis of Environmental and Food Samples

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    Monday, June 21, 2021 at 11am EDT | 8am PDT | 4pm BST | 5pm CEST

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    3D Imaging Sees Growth in Multiple Dimensions

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    From time to time, we all find ourselves forced to rummage through the cluttered jumble of our home “junk drawer”...

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    Sharing Valuable Information Never Goes Out of Style

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    The white paper can be a powerful tool to educate component and equipment users and to provide them with information...

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    Embedded Vision Is Set for Application on a Massive Scale

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    Compact, efficient, and highly application specific, embedded vision technology increasingly offers performance and price points that would have been impossible...

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    A Modest Proposal: Let's Change Earth's Orbit

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    What’s the worst that could happen? -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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    Nondestructive Method Uses Two Lasers to Characterize Nanomaterials’ Properties

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    A noncontact measurement method that uses laser ultrasound so that the detailed elastic properties of nanostructured materials can be characterized...

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    Researchers Create Video from a Single Image

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    A team at the University of Washington has developed a method capable of turning static images of fluid motion into...

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    Coronavirus News Roundup: June 5 to June 18

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    Pandemic highlights for the past two weeks -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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    Innovations In Sample Preparation: A Virtual Symposium

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    *Live: Friday, June 18, 2021 at 1pm BST| 8am EDT* A special one-day symposium —chaired by Jared Anderson, a key...

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    Covid update: 17 June 2021

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    A round up of this week's coronavirus-related news and countermeasures from the photonics industry.

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    Exfo founder Germain Lamonde rejects latest Viavi offer

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    Optical and wireless network test equipment firm’s controlling shareholder wants to return the company to private ownership.

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    Calibrated adaptive optics improves nanoscale imaging

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    University of Bordeaux models tissue behavior to improve subsequent AO performance.

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    From $1-Million Lotteries to Free Beer: Do COVID Vaccination Incentives Work?

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    Doling out cash rewards and lifting mask mandates could increase vaccine uptake, some research suggests -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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    AI Could Spot Wildfires Faster Than Humans

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    A prediction system undergoes testing as the U.S. West braces for another potentially devastating wildfire season -- Read more on...

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    Liquid-Crystal Metalens Offers Electric Focusing

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    Proof-of-concept ultrathin lens can be zoomed and refocused by varying voltage, without mechanical parts.

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    AI Agreement Will Spur Advances in Robotics, Sensing, and Beyond

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    A five-year agreement between the University of Maryland, College Park (UMD); the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC, as a...

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    Improving Photoluminescence in Silicon Boosts PIC Performance

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    Researchers in Russia have increased photoluminescence (PL) in silicon using germanium quantum dots and a specially designed silicon photonic crystal....

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    Vision AI Company Neurala Launches European Subsidiary

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    Vision AI software company Neurala launched a European subsidiary, Neruala Europe, based in Trieste, Italy. Neurala Europe is backed by...

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    SICK Partners with Vention on Robot Guidance Systems

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    SICK is partnering with Vention, a developer of software for manufacturing automation, to accelerate the design and deployment of applications...

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    Single-particle research promises ‘new generation’ of displays

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    University of Tsukuba researchers have tested light-emission hypothesis at molecular level, with multiple optical applications.

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    COVAX Effort to Vaccinate the World Is Faltering

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    The international collaboration does not have enough COVID vaccine doses to meet its goals, so wealthy countries must step up...

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    Quantum Correlations Push Microscope Below Noise Limit

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    Entanglement allows Raman-scattering devices to improve bioimaging without damaging delicate biological tissues.

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    Liquid Metal Enables Switchable Mirrors

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    Researchers have demonstrated the ability to switch the surface of liquid metal between reflective and scattering states. The technology could...

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    People in the News: 06/16/21

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    GLASGOW, Scotland — Vector Photonics appointed Jon Orchard principal device engineer. Orchard will be focused on the company’s PCSEL technology,...

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    Light-Based Method Creates 2D Polymer, Expedites Quest for New 2D Materials

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    A method that uses light to manufacture 2D polymers that have the thickness of a single molecule could create a...

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    Infrared-to-visible imaging breakthrough for human night vision

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    Australian National University-led team demonstrates visible-convertible infrared imaging via non-linear metasurfaces.

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    EXFO Rejects Acquisition Offer from Test and Measurement Rival VIAVI

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    Test, measurement, and assurance technology company VIAVI Solutions Inc. has proposed the acquisition of EXFO Inc., a test and service...

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    The Role of Liquid Chromatography in the Brewing Industry

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    *Live: Wednesday, June 16, 2021 at 10am EDT| 7am PDT| 3pm BST| 4pm CEST* Nils Rettberg from the VLB Research...

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    SpaceX Starlink Mega Constellation Faces Fresh Legal Challenge

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    The company’s ongoing launches of thousands of satellites for global high-speed Internet service may clash with preexisting environmental regulations --...

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    Mechanoradical Coupling Strategy Ups Generic Polymers' Value

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    A Hokkaido University research team has developed a method to give luminescent properties to generic polymers, potentially transforming existing commodity...

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    Quantum Coherence Transferred in Free Space

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    Researchers at the University of Waterloo report the first successful transfer and recovery of quantum coherence using photons scattered in...

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    Arizona students to gain remote sensing experience with Labsphere mirror system

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    Field Line of sight Automated Radiance Exposure (FLARE) technique improves optical calibration for satellite and drone imaging.

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    Multi-spectral synthetic aperture sonar and 3D laser imager key to underwater AUV

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    Undersea cable inspection system developed by partnership of Dive Technologies and Kraken Robotics to start work later this year.

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    Quantum correlation offers clearer view of cell structures

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    University of Queensland exploits quantum entanglement for uses in Raman microscopy and beyond.

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    Optical metamaterials to impact lens market 'within a year'

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    Analysts at Lux Research suggest that more prosaic applications - not invisibility cloaks - will dominate initial commercialization.

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    The Rights and Wrongs of Mobile Phase Preparation

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    ***Live: Tuesday, June 15, 2021 at 11am EDT | 8am PDT | 4pm BST | 5pm CEST*** Let us walk...

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    Syrup Differentiation with ChromaTOF Tile

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    GCxGC TOFMS analysis can be overwhelming, but ChromaTOF Tile can quickly compare these data sets to bring statistically significant differences...

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    Analyzing SARS-CoV-2 Drugs Remdesivir and GS-441524

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    A fast separation of remdesivir and its active metabolite GS-441524 for the treatment of COVID-19 is obtained in only 3...

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    Why Scientists Tweak Lab Viruses to Make Them More Contagious

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    Some “gain of function” studies explore how a dangerous pathogen might cross species barriers to start an outbreak. They are...

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    Infrared Camera Roots Out Invasive Snakes

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    Near-infrared light offers a tool for standoff detection and control of Burmese pythons, an increasing ecosystem threat in the Florida...

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    Light-Responsive Hydrogels Use Nanomaterials to Safely Deliver Targeted Therapies

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    A research team at Texas A&M University is using nanomaterials that absorb near-infrared (NIR) light to develop and manipulate light-responsive...

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    Modular Quantum Sensor Detects Brain Activity

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    University of Sussex researchers have built and demonstrated a modular quantum sensor capable of recording brain signals. According to the...

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    Ottawa researchers develop ‘barrel-eliminating’ optical element

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    The “spaceplate” is a new approach to manipulating light that could lead to paper-thin cameras, telescopes, and smart phones.

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    Fraunhofer ISE and Netherlands AMOLF institute work on metamaterials applications

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    International “MEEt” project aiming to adapt novel materials for solar cells, LEDs, optical sensors, and production techniques.

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    David Hagan Named Dean of UCF’s College of Optics and Photonics

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    David Hagan will serve as dean of the College of Optics and Photonics at the University of Central Florida (UCF)....

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    AI Image Generation Advance Allows Reconfigurable Image Synthesis

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    A method that controls how AI systems create images has applications for autonomous robotics and AI training. The method builds...

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    Fast Clean-up of Whole Blood Using Phree Phospholipid Removal and Analysis of 39 Pain Management Drugs by Kinetex 2.6 µm Biphenyl

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    In this application, serum was cleaned up and compared with both a single protein precipitation protocol and also by the...

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    Isolation of Low-Level Testosterone from Plasma by LC–MS/MS Analysis in Conjunction with Novum PRO SLE v2

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    Testosterone was isolated from plasma using Novum PRO 96-well plates SLE sample preparation.

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    Steroid Panel Extraction from Plasma Using Novum PRO Simplified Liquid Extraction (SLE)

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    An SLE media provides a fast sample prep method. Adding advanced manufacturing processes leads to high recoveries and low variation...

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    In-well Hydrolysis and Clean-up of 39 Pain Management Drugs Using Strata-X-Drug B Plus SPE and Analysis with a Kinetex Biphenyl Column

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    An in-well hydrolysis solid-phase extraction (SPE) product is used for an easy clean-up solution for the urine sample matrix to...

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    Designer and Pharmaceutical Benzodiazepine Analysis from Urine Using In-Well Hydrolysis Solid-Phase Extraction (SPE) and LC–MS/MS

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    A quantitative LC–MS/MS method using a room-temperature hydrolysis with an advanced SPE product for the analysis of designer and pharmaceutical...

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    Coupling Miniaturized SPE with bioZen XB-C18 Nano Core-Shell Technology for the Detection of Sas-CoV-2 Nucelocapsid Protein Viral Peptides in Nasopharyngeal Samples v2

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    Miniaturized LC–MS and SPE method for the reliable and accurate detection of viral pesticides at 1 fmol/uL using SARS-CoV-2 nucleocapsid...

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    Comparison of Two Clean-up Techniques and a Quick Analysis of 39 Pain Management Drugs from Serum

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    In this application, serum was cleaned up and compared with both a single protein precipitation protocol and also by the...

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    Separation of Low-Level Estrogen Analytes from Plasma by LC–MS/MS Analysis in Conjunction with Novum PRO Simplified Liquid Extraction (SLE)

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    Estrone, beta-estradiol, and estriol were derivatized from plasma using Novum PRO 96-Well Plates SLE to provide less background noise.

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    Untargeted Screening of PFAS

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    Detailing how thermal desorption GC–MS can be used to monitor the release of PFAS during the application of aqueous film-forming...

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    Coupling Miniaturized SPE with bioZen XB-C18 Nano Core-Shell Technology for the Detection of SARS-CoV-2 Nucelocapsid Protein Viral Peptides in Nasopharyngeal Samples

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    Miniaturized LC–MS and SPE method for the reliable and accurate detection of viral pesticides at 1 fmol/uL using SARS-CoV-2 nucleocapsid...

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    NASA Partners with Harvard on Metasurface Polarimetry

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    NASA earth scientist Kerry Meyer and researchers at Harvard University are developing metasurface technology capable of analyzing light along four...

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    Quantum Microscope Achieves Unprecedented Clarity in Cellular Imaging

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    A quantum microscope developed at the University of Queensland can resolve cellular structures that would otherwise be impossible to see....

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    LC Separation of Ten Phenolic Acids

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    This application note demonstrates the separation of ten phenolic acids with excellent speed and resolution due to the HALO RP-Amide...

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    A Commitment to Innovation, Quality, and Experience

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    This document demonstrates how AMT improves the presentation of the sample to the detector using our Fused-Core® particle design and...

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    Comparative LC Separation of NSAIDs

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    The separation of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs 60% less time, with better resolution than a typical HPLC column packed with fully...

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    LC–MS Separation SAMHSA 5 Panel

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    This application demonstrates HALO® Biphenyl is an ideal choice for high throughput analysis of drug panels, in which isobaric species...

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    Optimizing LC and LC–MS methods with better LC columns

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    Using fast, efficient HALO® Fused-Core® technology columns and manipulating selectivity quickly develops methods for fast, high-efficiency LC and LC–MS separations.

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    Gideon Brothers Raises $31M in Series A Finance

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    Robotics and automation company Gideon Brothers raised $31 million in series A finance to accelerate the development and commercialization of...

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    ISRA VISION Founder and CEO to Retire

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    Enis Ersü, founder and CEO of machine vision company ISRA VISION, will retire by the end of June 2021. He...

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    Improving Sensitivity of LC-MS Methods for Characterization and Quantitation of Synthetic Oligonucleotides

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    Friday, June 11, 2021 at 11am EDT | 8am PDT | 4pm BST | 5pm CEST

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    PFAS Analysis Using EPA Method 537.1

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    This brief demonstrates the extraction and analysis of PFAS compounds in water following EPA method 537.1, using PS2 solid-phase extraction...

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    Legacy and Emerging PFAS

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    A robust and reliable solution for monitoring for 40 PFAS compounds including replacements like HFPO-DA, and short-chain analytes. 

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    An Alternative Ionization: Unispray Source for PFAS

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    Unispray ionization is compared to typical electrospray for the analysis of PFAS in environmental samples. 

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    PFAS Analysis Solutions Brochure

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    Waters has been a pioneer in PFAS analysis, providing total application solutions that include UPLC columns, sample preparation chemistry, LC–MS/MS...

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    PFAS in Serum

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    An application for extraction and analysis of PFAS from human serum utilizing weak anion exchange (WAX) chemistry and Xevo TQ-S...

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    Adapting to Challenging PFAS Analysis

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    Read a case study about how an environmental laboratory meets the challenges of increased sample throughput, trace detection, and complex...

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    PFAS in Drinking Water Following EPA 533

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    This brief demonstrates the extraction and analysis of 25 PFAS compounds from water samples using Oasis WAX for PFAS SPE...

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    Non-targeted Analyses of PFAS

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    Workflows for non-targeted analyses for PFAS in wastewater and soil samples are demonstrated using a Xevo G2-XS QTof coupled with...

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    Analytical instrument portfolio for clinical diagnostics

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    Thermo Scientific’s Medical Device (MD) portfolio of liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry (LC–MS) systems comprises of United States Food and Drug Administration...

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    First Solar to invest $680m to grow US manufacturing capacity by 3.3 GW per year

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    New production facility in Ohio designed to produce enhanced thin film PV modules, from mid-2023.

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    Trailblazing Transgender Doctor Saved Countless Lives

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    After transitioning in 1917, Alan L. Hart helped alter medical history -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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    Extremely Bright Quantum Emitter Self-Heals

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    A new approach to synthesizing quantum dots has significantly increased their use value, according to members of an international research...

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    Industry-Issued Whitepaper Outlines Blueprints for 5G Optical Component Architectures

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    Lumentum Holdings, II-VI, Sumitomo Electric, Nokia, and Ericsson have jointly released a technical paper on mobile optical pluggables (MOPA), describing...

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    Clinical, Commercial Applications Loom for Ultracompact On-Chip Spectrometer

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    An ultracompact, mid-infrared spectrometer that uses a 10-nm thick, single tunable black phosphorus photodetector shows promise as an on-chip device...

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    Quantum Communication Over 600-km Fiber Brings Quantum Internet Closer

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    Toshiba’s Cambridge Research Laboratory demonstrated quantum communications over optical fibers exceeding 600 km in length. The work leverages a technique...

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    Laser-based project to improve human lens refilling after cataract treament

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    LZH working within a new research project with Rowiak GmbH to advance refinement method.

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    Neck-Zapping Gadget Reduced All-Nighter Fatigue in New Study

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    And the benefits of two four-minute sessions persisted for hours -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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    A Light-Responsive Hydrogel for Cancer Drug Delivery

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    Researchers develop an inorganic biomaterial that reacts to near-infrared light for noninvasive, noncontact drug delivery and photomedicine.

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    Barrel-Eliminating Optical Element Enables Massive Zoom in Tiny Form Factor

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    A novel optical element will one day enable composite lenses and telescopes in a form factor small enough to fit...

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    HRMS-based workflow

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    The Thermo Scientific HR Multi-Attribute Method (MAM) is designed as a high-resolution mass spectrometry-based workflow for efficient biopharmaceutical characterization and...

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    High-resolution mass spectrometer

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    Thermo Scientific’s Orbitrap Exploris 120 mass spectrometer is designed to provide analysis of multiple complex samples.

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    Direct Analysis of PFAS in Multiple Samples

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    This application note demonstrates analysis at low levels (ng/L) in a wide variety of matrices for EPA 8327 method validation.

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    PFAS Determination in Drinking Water

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    This application note describes an efficient and reliable method to meet U.S. EPA Method 537.1.

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    Honeywell and Cambridge merger to form quantum computing giant

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    Deal includes $300M investment in quantum computing hardware based on laser-controlled ion traps.

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    LUCA device offers improved thyroid cancer screening

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    Platform developed by ICFO combines spectroscopy and ultrasound analysis.

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    Why India's Second COVID Surge Is So Much Worse Than the First

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    Large gatherings and much more lenient restrictions have allowed the virus to spread at devastating levels -- Read more on...

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    The First 'Google Translate' for Elephants Debuts

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    An online animal catalogue lets you decode communications and other behaviors for everyone’s favorite pachyderm -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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    Covid, Quickly: A Pop-Up Podcast

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    Every two weeks, Scientific American’s senior health editors Tanya Lewis and Josh Fischman catch you up on the essential developments in the pandemic: from vaccines...

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    Motion Blur Correction Method Will Bring High-Quality Imaging to Dark Environments

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    Researchers from Tokyo University of Science introduced a technique that addresses a limitation of single-photon imaging: motion. A team led...

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    European Photonics Industry Growing Close to Double Global GDP Rate

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    According to recent figures published by deep technology research group Tematys, the European photonics industry is growing at a rate...

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    People in the News: 06/09/21

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    SAN JOSE, Calif. — Lumentum Holdings appointed Isaac Harris, corporate vice president of global supply chain operations for ZT Systems,...

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    PACT creates in vivo 3D functional imaging of the brain

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    Latest advance from Caltech group demonstrates photoacoustic tomography as route to brain imaging.

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    OFC 2021 presents photonic innovations addressing ever-increasing data demand

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    Virtual conference running through 11 June 2021; optics.org selects key product launches and announcements.

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    Project T-KOS to develop terahertz technologies for communications and sensor markets

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    Partners in year-long project include Research Fab Microelectronics Germany and several Fraunhofer institutes.

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    A Metamaterial Absorber for Sensitive Spectroscopy

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    Researchers in the Republic of Korea have developed a gold-and-dielectric metamaterial absorber that boosts the detection efficiency of infrared spectroscopy...

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    Honeywell Quantum Solutions, Cambridge Quantum Computing to Merge

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    Honeywell Quantum Solutions and Cambridge Quantum Computing will merge, creating a powerhouse integrated quantum computing and technology company that will...

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    Getting the Best Out of Solid-Core Technology for Small- and Large-Molecule Analysis

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    Wednesday, June 9, 2021 at 1pm EDT | 12pm CDT | 10am PDT

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    News about Racial Violence Harms Black People's Mental Health

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    Awaiting the Derek Chauvin verdict, a singer and actor felt intense anxiety -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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    Experts Weigh In on Pentagon UFO Report

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    The vast majority of examined incidents were not caused by U.S. advanced technology programs, the forthcoming report concludes. So what’s...

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    Fluorescence Microscopy Technique Images Deep Brain in High Resolution

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    A noninvasive brain imaging technique developed by researchers at ETH Zurich and the University of Zurich works in the near-infrared...

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    Low-Cost Synthetic Diamond Fabrication Could Step Up Quantum Tech

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    Using a thin tungsten layer as a restraining, conductive, removable hard mask, researchers at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS)...

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    Photoacoustic Computerized Tomography Images the Brain with Laser Light

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    Caltech professor Lihong Wang has demonstrated a technology capable of imaging the human brain with laser light and ultrasonic sound...

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    Data-transfer tech, 3D-thermal camera, surgical sensors win at Startup Challenge 2021

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    SPIE’s annual pitch competition features two photonics-focused tracks, honoring six winners in healthcare and deep tech.

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    imec collaboration integrates InP lasers with silicon photonics

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    Precision alignment with large-scale wafers to be offered as a prototyping service later this year.

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    Toshiba team extends quantum link range past 600km

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    Dual-band optical stabilization technique cancels out temperature effects that have limited the utility of quantum key distribution.

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    Holograms increase solar cell energy yield

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    University of Arizona-developed holographic light collector boosts panel efficiency by 5% over a year.

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    Multiwavelength Optical Laser Sources Specification Will Boost Data Center Efficiency

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    The CW-WDM MSA (Continuous-Wave Wavelength Division Multiplexing Multi-Source Agreement) Group released its first official specification for 8, 16, and 32...

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    High-Sensitivity and High-Throughput Food and Flavour Marker Analysis in Real-time

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    *** Tuesday, June 8, 2021 at 11am EDT | 8am PDT | 4pm BST | 5pm CEST*** Join us for...

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    High-Resolution Analysis of Monoclonal Antibodies Using the Cation Exchange Column BioPro IEX SF

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    This application note investigates the use of YMC BioPro SF for high-resolution charge variant analysis of four therapeutic mAb products.

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    YMC SEC Columns and Light Scattering Detection

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