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Halina Rubinsztein-Dunlop on mammalian-like zebrafish brains, the optical tools in her research kit, and her favorite role model.

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A balloon-borne mission demonstrates the functionality of high-contrast imaging equipment in the stratosphere

16 August 2018
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Christian Heipke of Leibniz University Hannover discusses deep learning for remote sensing.

15 August 2018
Jurgen Beyerer, Fraunhofer

Jürgen Beyerer of Fraunhofer discusses machine vision and machine learning.

14 August 2018
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Photonics for a Better World

8 August 2018
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Photonics for a Better World.

2 August 2018
SPIE O+P 2018: bright future for 'game-changing' lens concept
Components featuring titanium oxide nanofins set to appear in consumer electronics and medicine, predicts San Diego plenary speaker Federico Capasso.
20 August 2018
SPIE O+P 2018: snapshots of electrons in a new light
Paul Corkum shares secrets from the attosecond frontier during opening plenary at SPIE Optics+Photonics.
20 August 2018
AIM Photonics partners land NSF grants
$1.2M for three affiliated groups, including a San Diego effort to produce chip-level Fourier transform spectrometers.
16 August 2018
Novel optics for ultrafast camera creates new imaging methods
MIT develops "time-folded" optics for ultrafast cameras: captures image at multiple depths simultaneously in one shutter click.
15 August 2018
Terahertz tech reveals semiconductor laser mechanism
Leeds University-led international team shows how single lasing wavelength gets selected.
15 August 2018
 
Qingming Luo: Brainsmatics-visualizing brain-wide networks

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03 July 2018