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08 June 2020

Carlos Lee talks to Thierry Georges, CEO of Oxxius, a developer of continuous-wave laser modules

08 June 2020

Emily Gallagher, imec, says we can all choose to apply our skills – in her case, within photomask-related semiconductor development – to help minimise the effects of climate change

12 May 2020

Katarina Svanberg, professor at Sweden’s Lund University and South China Normal University, discusses her career developing optical cancer treatments, and notes why it’s important to support early-career researchers

L to R: Marc Canales, Roger Artigas, EPIC’s Ana González & Carlos Lee

12 May 2020

Jose Pozo, CTO at EPIC, talks with Roger Artigas, co-founder, president and CTO of Sensofar Metrology – a designer and manufacturer of 3D surface metrology instruments

06 May 2020

In this first installment of a two-part series, Christina Willis discusses the importance of creating a network sustainably to enable better scientific and career outcomes – even during the Covid-19 pandemic

06 May 2020

With increased interest in using UV light to deactivate viruses, Robert Yeo, director at Pro-lite Technology, discusses the safety and effectiveness of UVC devices

Left to right: Dr Weber, Dr Neugebauer, Dr Popp

06 May 2020

Dr Karina Weber, Dr Ute Neugebauer, and Dr Juergen Popp, of Leibniz Institute of Photonic Technology (Leibniz-IPHT) Jena, spoke to Electro Optics about the advantages of optical methods in tackling global health challenges, and what we can learn from the Covid-19 crisis to advance clinical translation

02 April 2020

Christina Willis says that learning to communicate science to non-experts is a crucial part of her role in politics - a skill that all scientists should develop

04 March 2020

David Giltner, founder of TurningScience, gives tips on how postgraduates and early-career scientists can make themselves more attractive to commercial organisations

27 February 2020

Matthew Dale reports from a panel discussion at Photonics West, where experts gave advice to young people starting their career

27 February 2020

Oliver Fähnle, of Fisba, says progress in light tool optimisation relies on communities in the supply chain talking to one another

Leonardo da Vinci's Virgin of the Rocks. Copyright: The National Gallery, London 

31 January 2020

Giorgia Marucci from Pro-Lite Technology visits the National Gallery in London to find out how hyperspectral imaging was used to reveal the history behind Leonardo da Vinci’s The Virgin of the Rocks