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A universal map, based on power conservation, reveals all allowable scattering states in a single plot and can be used to inversely design field-controllable structures.
23 May 2017
New assemblies have been designed and built, based on 20 years of experience, for use in the Advanced Topographic Laser Altimeter System on NASA's upcoming Ice, Cloud, and Land Elevation Satellite-2.
22 May 2017
A multicolor widefield-fluorescence-microendoscopy system enables the detection of multiple disease states within the human lung.
18 May 2017

SPIE Classics celebrates the birth of the laser -- 57 years ago this month.

16 May 2017
An emerging lithographic technique offers a promising alternative to electron beam lithography for fabricating new semiconductor devices with both traditional and non-traditional resists.
15 May 2017
A new class of microwave filters with unequaled performance, based on a tiny on-chip resonator combined with light-sound interaction, enable coherent control over light carrying microwave information.
12 May 2017
Cree CEO Swoboda to step down
Long-time chief at the LED pioneer and solid-state lighting company is resigning after a recent health scare.
23 May 2017
IPG snaps up OptiGrate for ultrafast laser push
Specialist maker of volume Bragg gratings (VBGs) span out of University of Central Florida in 1999.
23 May 2017
Innoviz eyes lidar production ramp with Jabil
Venture-backed Israeli developer of lidar set to target auto sector with low-cost offering to after-market.
23 May 2017
Schott casts giant mirror blank for Extremely Large Telescope
European Southern Observatory says 4.2 m-diameter secondary mirror will weigh 3.5 tonnes.
22 May 2017
VSY claims advantage after latest Zeiss ruling
Dutch firm contends that the German optics giant misled the public with earlier statements about a patent lawsuit ruling on intraocular lenses.
22 May 2017