The first issue of SPIE Professional for 2011 brings SPIE members information about the latest light-based research, career and funding opportunities in photonics, and optics industry trends.
Read about lasers in medicine, the photonics market in Germany, lidar for tracking carbon dioxide in the atmosphere and more in our Photonics for a Better World series.
Two groups of biomedical optics researchers in the USA are a step closer to achieving artificial skin.
Researchers at the Neurophotonics Research Center at Southern Methodist University are working on improved prosthetic devices.
Read more articles from SPIE Professional about how photonics is making a better world.
A world leader and pioneer in biomedical optics, Britton Chance was 97 when he died in November 2010.
Join 4600 other optics and photonics professionals and extend your professional network through the SPIE group on LinkedIn.
Three SPIE members win a Kindle, iPod nano, and SPIE Digital Library subscription from SPIE Professional magazine.
Block Engineering, Edmund Optics, EKSPLA, Energetiq Technology, GE, IPG Photonics, JenLab, Lumen Dynamics, and PHOTONIS are winners in the Prism Awards for Photonics Innovation.
The world's leading photonics, laser, and biomedical optics event is 22-27 January in San Francisco.
Covering all aspects of electronic imaging, this annual event is held 23-27 January 2011 at the San Francisco Airport Hyatt Regency.
The new international congress convenes 28-30 March 2011 in Strasbourg, France.
See all recent and upcoming conferences, symposia, and exhibitions.