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David Benaron of Spectros is a physician, researcher, inventor, innovator, and serial entrepreneur in the biomedical market.
Gold nanoparticles show promise in the detection and treatment of cancer.
Active learning curricula developed by Project PHOTON PBL go beyond concepts.
Science writer Margaret Wertheim explains how and why it's important to engage wide audiences.
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Most founders of high-tech companies start in their 50s and are highly educated, according to a new study.
Summer camps for youth offer classes in optics, electric cars, solar energy, and more.
Link to SPIE Newsroom open-access article about Dublin's Science Gallery, which combines the work of artists and engineers.
The trilingual principal scientist at Veeco and adjunct professor discusses the stepping stones in his career in optical metrology engineering.
This professor of optics discovered her passion for teaching and research in optical imaging when she took the step to move from France to the USA.
Building a professional career is a long-term project, says laser system engineer Yidong Zhou.
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