The April 2013 issue of SPIE Professional magazine focuses on commercializing photonics and helping optics and photonics professionals succeed in their careers.
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European team finds techniques for mass production of computer-generated holograms.
SPIE helps prepare recommendations for U.S. leadership in optics and photonics.
William Arnold sees a marketplace of optics and photonics ideas.
SPIE has promoted 69 new Fellows of the Society for 2013.
Ten innovators win Prism Awards for Photonics Innovation.
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Automated lighting system keeps Kenyan lions away from livestock.
Adaptive optics allow people to adjust eyeglasses to correct their own refractive error.
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SPIE member David Krohn shares challenges of commercializing photonics technologies.
Developers of a 3D surface-inspection system for aircraft rivets win the SPIE Startup Challenge.
RefleXion Medical entrepreneurs are building a machine to fight cancer.
Research on potential markets and products is necessary “lab” work for product managers.
The U.S. Center for Optics and Photonics Education releases second edition of the National Precision Optics Skill Standards for Technicians.
Editor’s recommendation from Journal of Biomedical Optics
Editor's recommendation from Journal of Nanophotonics
Optogenetics, tissue imaging and other highlights from BiOS 2013 at Photonics West
Highlights from the 2013 symposium.
In Baltimore 29 April through 3 May.
SPIE sponsors several photonics events in Europe this spring.
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