Competitive Technologies, Inc. and Articulated Technologies, LLC today announced that they have signed an agreement for CTT to license and commercialize Articulated's patented organic light emitting diode (OLED) technology for adaptation to solar power. The agreement provides for revenue sharing between CTT and Articulated of royalty and licensing payments.
The Royal Thai Air Force (RTAF) awarded Recon Optical a contract to supply its CA-295 high-altitude, dual spectral band, digital reconnaissance camera for installation in a RTAF aircraft. The contract also includes a digital display system, field service engineering and logistics support.
In a paper published in Nature today, Griffith Centre for Quantum Dynamics researchers reveal a technique that, for the first time, measures lengths as accurately as the laws of physics allow.
Going through airport security can be such a hassle. Shoes, laptops, toothpastes, watches and belts all get taken off, taken out, scanned, examined, handled and repacked. But "T-rays", a completely safe form of electromagnetic radiation, may reshape not only airport screening procedures but also medical imaging practices.
Cambridge Research & Instrumentation, Inc. (CRi) announces the launch of Maestro 2 optical imaging systems in North America. The Maestro 2 received widespread acclaim at the both the recent Society of Molecular Imaging/Academy of Molecular Imaging joint conference for in vivo imaging, and at the Stanford University Small Animal Imaging Workshop as well.
When moths fly at night, their eyes need to capture all the light available. To do this, certain species have evolved nanoscopic structures on the surface of their eyes which allow almost no light to reflect off the surface and hence to escape.
Alphion Corporation, a privately held company that develops, manufactures and markets communication systems, sub-systems, and integrated photonic components based on its proprietary QLight® technology, announced today its alliance with ITI Limited, India for the manufacture and distribution of its family of GPON products.
DESY celebrates the topping-out ceremony for the experimental hall of PETRA III the new source of especially brilliant X-ray light in Hamburg. On occasion of the structural completion of the building, German Research Minister Dr. Annette Schavan and Hamburg s First Mayor Ole von Beust visited the Helmholtz research centre DESY. Its new light source PETRA III is due to be completed in 2009.
AMS Technologies announces the expansion of the PLD series of laser diode drivers from Wavelength Electronics, Inc.
EMC Corporation, the world leader in information infrastructure solutions, today announced that Wellmont Health System has strengthened its information lifecycle management strategy by deploying an EMC information infrastructure solution to manage its growing library of digital medical images such as X-rays, ultrasounds, and MRIs.
Researchers at the University of Bradford have made a breakthrough in the prediction of the crystal structures of small organic molecules as part of an international scientific competition.
The two optoelectronic companies have cancelled Arasor's planned takeover, but Alfalight remains hopeful it can contribute to its suitor's new display projection venture.
A new microscopy technique could enable biologists to detect cancerous cells without the use of any label to enhance optical contrast.
Inspired by the way a carnivorous plant captures insects, US scientists have designed a new material that could facilitate high-speed adaptive optics.
Next-generation fabrication technology is being installed to establish a European center for producing small-molecule organic devices.