Flexi display technology breakthrough

Screen display technology is taking a significant step forward as researchers from Sony and the Max Planck Institute demonstrate the possibility of bendable optically assessed organic light emitting displays for the first time, based on red or IR-A light upconversion.

SPIE sets it sights on Wales

Wales has developed resources and networks ideal for enabling innovation in optoelectronics, Welsh First Minister and Assembly Member Rhodri Morgan told attendees at conferences on Remote Sensing and Security and Defence sponsored by SPIE Europe at the University of Wales Institute, Cardiff, last week.

GSI to spearhead £1.2m research project

GSI Group Laser Division will launch a £1.2m collaborative research and development project in partnership with the LPA Group at Heriot-Watt University, PowerPhotonic and Cranfield University, thanks to investment from the Technology Strategy Board.

Mountains tech available from Olympus

Olympus will supply users of its LEXT OLS3100 confocal laser scanning microscope (cLSM) with 3D surface texture and micro-geometry analysis software based upon Digital Surf’s Mountains technology.

SPI buffs up its lasers

SPI Lasers has increased its air-cooled lasers from 100 to 200W power and water cooled from 200 to 400W power, while also creating unique laser control functions offering direct application benefits across a wide range of laser machining applications.


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