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SPIE Professional Magazine

The April 2016 issue of SPIE Professional magazine has a report on the photomultiplier tubes used in Nobel-Prize-winning research, announces the new SPIE Fellows for 2016, and has articles on disease monitoring with gaming technology; AIM Photonics; the 2016 SPIE Salary Survey; a successful career change; SPIE Photonics West; and the Prism Awards.

SPIE Member Magazine

Thousands of photomultiplier tubes observe neutrino oscillation.

New institute is US platform for manufacturing integrated photonics.

Award-winning products provide valuable new capabilities.

Optics and photonics in Canada are at a “tipping point.”

3D nanoscale-imaging system wins challenge.

SPIE President Robert Lieberman on the gap between basic photonics research and commercialization.

SPIE Board of Directors approves slate for the 2016 SPIE election.

SPIE names 33 Fellows for 2016.

Yan Borodovsky receives the 2016 Frits Zernike Award for Microlithography.

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Optics and Photonics Highlights

Birth of a new astronomy.

Tracing the origin of key metals used in optoelectronics.

Comment period closes soon for ruling on US export regulations.

Work period extended to 36 months following graduation.

Photonics West 2016 sets participation record.

Cancer-fighting technologies took center stage at BiOS.

New insights into the image formation process.

SPIE white paper details how proceedings papers are key in commercializing new technology.

Career transition can be a breeze.

Good salaries, respect make for great workplaces in optics, photonics.

Full impact of IYL still being tallied.

New tool monitors and evaluates symptoms of multiple sclerosis.

SPIE poster illustrates sustainability goals in optics and photonics.

2016 will smash previous records for solar power in the US, report says.

SPIE Professional articles 2009-2016.

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