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  • News - 24 Jun 2008
    When lasers illuminate material it usually warms up. Therefore laser beams are, for example, used for cutting sheet steel, for welding or even as scalpels. But this effect can also be reversed. When...
  • News - 2 Nov 2009
    Danish nanophysicists have developed a new method for manufacturing the cornerstone of nanotechnology research – nanowires. The discovery has great potential for the development of...
  • News - 7 Dec 2010
    Goodrich Corporation (NYSE: GR) has been chosen by the Air Force Research Laboratory, Materials and Manufacturing Directorate, to develop solutions for its short wave infrared (SWIR) imaging sensors....
  • Article - 14 Jun 2013
    Light emitting diodes (LED) maybe defined as a semiconductor device that generates light by using the solid sate electronics.
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    FLIR offers a unique family of cameras that convert energy from the infrared region of the electromagnetic spectrum into visible light images that the human eye can see. FLIR OEM products enable...
  • News - 12 Dec 2013
    You might not know what "lattice-matched heterojunctions" are, but if you stopped at a new stoplight, played a DVD or used a laser pointer, you've made use of technology pioneered by...
  • News - 19 Apr 2011
    The Air Force Research Laboratory, Materials and Manufacturing Directorate has selected Goodrich to design systems for its short wave infrared imaging sensors. The Air Force Research Laboratory...
  • News - 23 Jul 2010
    Researchers from the Philipps University, the Iowa University and the Oregon State University (OSU) have discovered a new method in which a gallium arsenide-based nanodevice can respond to terahertz...
  • News - 1 Apr 2010
    Sensors Unlimited - Goodrich ISR Systems announces a new mil-hardened, uncooled, InGaAs (indium gallium arsenide) SWIR (shortwave infrared) video camera for military applications. Small and...
  • News - 23 May 2016
    Terahertz spectroscopy, which uses the band of electromagnetic radiation between microwaves and infrared light, is a promising security technology because it can extract the spectroscopic...