The bumper December/January issue of Electro Optics is out now!
Happy New Year and Welcome to Life Sciences Month on Electrooptics.com, where we are proud to announce the launch of our bumper December/January magazine!
In this month's print issue, and in fact across the entire electrooptics.com site, we are focusing on the intersection of photonics and life sciences, whether in the technology available, such as the latest light engines or spectroscopes, case studies on interesting applications, interviews with some of the sector's big names, such as Lumencor and G&H, or where our Photonics100 honourees think life sciences photonics tech is headed over the next 12 months.
But if you are not involved in life sciences, fear not. This month's issue has the usual complement of news, interviews, tech focuses and even a preview of what you can expect at this year's Photonics West show. Come see us at Booth 5315!
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- Photoacoustic imaging with machine learning improves heart surgery outcomes
- US Army funds university automation tools to advance biotech innovation
- Materion's $5 Million from US Air Force to advance 3D-printing of beryllium-alloy optics
- SPIE Prism Awards 2024 Finalists announced
- NASA demonstrates deformable mirrors for Roman Space Telescope
- Deep space laser performs NASA's furthest optical communications demo
Features and analysis
A glimpse at the technologies and topics featuring at the year's largest annual photonics conference, taking place at the end of this month in San Francisco
Some of this year’s Photonics100 honourees tell us about their work in life sciences, biophotonics and biomedical optics
Lumencor's Claudia Jaffe talks entrepreneurship, innovation and evolving light engines in the first of our Photonics Leader interviews
We talk to G&H Chief Product & Technology Officer Stratos Kehayas to find out what trends it sees in the life sciences sector
How ever more powerful optical analysis of the structure and bonds of complex molecules deepens our understanding of biological processes
How academic researchers in the life sciences can most effectively and efficiently optimise fluorescence imaging by selecting the latest generation of flexible optical filter technology
Ben Townsend highlights the growing awareness of the health benefits of circadian lighting, while exploring some of the latest photonic technologies illuminating the field
CEOs of integrated photonics firms call for photonic integrated circuits (PICs) to get a fair share of the EU's €43bn semiconductor investment package
Electro Optics caught up with Johan Feenstra, CEO of SMART Photonics, to talk about it raising €100m in investment and the future of European integrated photonics
Peter Leibinger, the chairman of the supervisory board at TRUMPF, and a former Vice-Chairman and CTO, outlines the German machine maker’s remarkable story