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'Going big': record output powers and high efficiency emitters

By Staff | Posted: 3 April 2014

S&I 3: Semiconductor Lasers, is an integral part of the Science & Innovations technical program. Dan Wasserman, University of Illinois, Subcommittee Chair provides us with some insight on this year’s invited speakers, hot topics and trends in paper submissions.

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Photonics Flexing Their Muscles

By Dominic Siriani | Posted: 26 March 2014

Taking a look around an airport, bus station, or waiting room, you’re likely to notice a few differences between the scenes now as compared to those of ten or so years ago. One thing that might strike you is that the papery time killers that filled lounging areas from the past are now replaced with personal electronic devices. Thanks to a great number of innovations, including the sophistication of LCDs, LEDs, electronic ink, and microprocessors, portable devices for reading purposes and beyond are becoming ubiquitous.

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Exploring Biomedical Technologies and Emerging Trends

By CLEO | Posted: 21 March 2014

Applications & Technology (A&T) is a key conference at CLEO: 2014, exploring the evolution of newly discovered technologies previously reported in CLEO: Science & Innovations as they are perfected and further developed to meet system and application requirements. New components, optoelectronics, and laser systems are demonstrated in real-world environments where innovative commercial technologies emerge.

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Learning to See Through Walls

By David Norris (guest post) | Posted: 10 March 2014

This is part 2 of a 3 part series post on the Controlled Light Propagation Incubator meeting at OSA headquarters in Washington, DC

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Propagating Further

By David Norris (guest post) | Posted: 7 March 2014

This is part 3 of a 3 series post on the Controlled Light Propagation Incubator meeting at OSA headquarters in Washington, DC

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Insights from Controlled Light Propagation: Seeing Order in Disorder

By David Norris (guest post) | Posted: 7 March 2014

This is part 1 of a 3 part series on the<em> Controlled Light Propagation</em> Incubator meeting at OSA headquarters in Washington, DC

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Start Planning Your Trip to CLEO: Top notch research & highly-regarded speakers

By Howard Lee | Posted: 24 February 2014

If you work in Optics and Photonics, more than likely you have heard about the CLEO US conference. I have been working on Optics and Photonics research for almost 10 years, and have heard from everyone in the community that CLEO is a great peer-reviewed conference.

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CLEO: 2014 – a continuation and extension of promise for optics research

By Shamsul Arafin | Posted: 31 January 2014

Since its successful and effective arrival in 1967, the Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics (CLEO) has emerged as one of the biggest leading platforms for the researchers to be updated with recent progress in research and technology, especially with the latest worldwide advancements in optics and laser science.

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Biomedical optics light the way to long-awaited clinical translation

By Ken Tichauer | Posted: 29 January 2014

For decades biomedical optics has been touted as an ideal tool for diagnosing, monitoring and/or treating a vast array of health conditions owing to low-cost instrumentation, use of non-ionizing radiation, and incomparable sensitivity. All great characteristics; nonetheless, adoptions of optical devices in the clinic have been few and far-between.

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Opening Open Access

By Art Agrawal, re-post from The Optical Society Blog | Posted: 24 December 2013

It is fair to say that Open Access (OA) publishing has significantly changed research and scholarship. There has been much debate about OA, but the principle remains the same: allow everyone access to the published research. Its effectiveness in allowing everyone to publish is perhaps less straightforward. Yet, the trend towards OA is like the arrow of time, pointing in one direction only.

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