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SPIE Leaders ‘Delighted’ with Duke of York as Patron of International...

July 17, 2014 -- The UK’s Duke of York, a long-time supporter of science, technology, engineering, and entrepreneurship, has agreed to become Patron of the International Year of Light 2015 in the UK. Leaders of SPIE,...

SPIE Leaders ‘Delighted’ with Duke of York as Patron of International...

Wearable optics, fusion energy, habitable worlds are opening-day...

July 16, 2014 -- Four technical symposia, briefings on and a celebration of the upcoming International Year of Light 2015, a major one-of-a-kind exhibition, and numerous networking opportunities will draw researchers,...

Wearable optics, fusion energy, habitable worlds are opening-day...

New Hexapod 6-Axis Parallel Positioner Features 1000lbs Load Capacity,...

July 16, 2014 -- Precision Motion specialist PI (Physik Instrumente) introduces a new 6-axis positioning system with 1000lbs load capacity.

New Hexapod 6-Axis Parallel Positioner Features 1000lbs Load Capacity,...

Lighting Manufacturer Evluma Moves Factory, Implements Lean...

July 15, 2014 -- LED Lighting Manufacturer Evluma expands, moves to a larger manufacturing facility in Renton, WA and implements Lean Manufacturing methods. Customers will benefit from shortened lead times and quality...

Lighting Manufacturer Evluma Moves Factory, Implements Lean...

New Universe Paradigm May Be Linked to Millennium Math Problem

July 14, 2014 -- New Study Suggests the P Versus NP Problem May be Related to the Subjective Universe Paradigm according to KoreaTech Professor Daegene Song

AER and AGI Release Updates to Space Environment and Effects Tool to...

July 10, 2014 -- Satellite engineers now have integrated models that predict radiation from solar energetic particles and galactic cosmic rays.

AER and AGI Release Updates to Space Environment and Effects Tool to...

Sierra Nevada Corporation Successfully Completes the Acquisition of...

July 10, 2014 -- Sierra Nevada Corporation (SNC) announces it completed the acquisition of Orbital Technologies Corporation (ORBITEC), headquartered in Madison, Wisconsin.

Integrated Space Plan First TV Advertising for a Crowdfunding Campaign

July 10, 2014 -- Using a Kickstarter campaign to fund the research, the Integrated Space Plan is the first to use TV advertising to promote a crowdfunding project. Its 30-second TV spot first aired during the finale...

2014 Medals and Awards of The Geological Society of America

July 08, 2014 -- The Geological Society of America will recognize outstanding scientific achievements and distinguished service to the profession at its 2014 Annual Meeting & Exposition in Vancouver, British...

Record New Donors, More Dollars for Purdue in 2013-14

July 08, 2014 -- Purdue University raises more than $235 million in gifts from more than 65,000 donors.

Kingslake Medal Awarded for Optical Engineering Paper On New Tunable...

July 07, 2014 -- Researchers from the University of Freiburg have won the 2013 Rudolf Kingslake Medal and Prize for their paper on a new, simplified process for fabrication of tunable liquid-filled lenses with...

Miniature Actuator for Opto-Mechanical Adjustment, Vacuum Compatible,...

July 07, 2014 -- Precision Motion specialist Physik Instrumente (PI) has introduced two new, vacuum compatible versions of its miniaturized N-470 PiezoMike micrometer screw actuator for opto-mechanical adjustments.

Miniature Actuator for Opto-Mechanical Adjustment, Vacuum Compatible,...

Cost of Living on the Moon is the Topic of New and Fascinating...

July 04, 2014 -- The Infographic Shows How Much it Would Cost to Live on the Moon for One Year

Cost of Living on the Moon is the Topic of New and Fascinating...

Global Community Gathers in Montréal for SPIE Astronomical...

July 02, 2014 -- Nearly 2,400 researchers, suppliers, and project managers of large ground- and space-based telescopes met in Montréal 21-27 June for the biennial SPIE Astronomical Telescopes and Instrumentation...

Global Community Gathers in Montréal for SPIE Astronomical...

Photo Contest to Celebrate Light, Light-Based Technologies Opens Today

July 01, 2014 -- SPIE Professional magazine is inviting entries in a photo contest celebrating the use of light and light-based technologies in everyday life. Cash prizes and placement on the magazine’s cover will be...

Space Meeting-2014: A Unique Platform for the World's Space...

July 01, 2014 -- OMICS Group is delighted to announce the Space Meeting-2014 on August 12-13, 2014 in San Antonio, USA. Space Meeting-2014 with the theme “Scope in Space and Current Status of Knowledge” will gather...

Space Meeting-2014: A Unique Platform for the World's Space...

Teachers in the Alcoa Community Join Research Teams With Earthwatch...

July 01, 2014 -- Alcoa Foundation awards four teachers to receive fellowships for scientific research expeditions in Canada, Costa Rica, and France.

Lake Shore ICEC/ICMC Exhibit to Highlight Cryogenic Controllers,...

July 01, 2014 -- Lake Shore Cryotronics will discuss its comprehensive line of cryogenic temperature instruments and sensors at the ICEC/ICMC conference, July 7–11, in Enschede, the Netherlands.

Lake Shore ICEC/ICMC Exhibit to Highlight Cryogenic Controllers,...

Weather Forecasting Services in the US Industry Market Research Report...

June 23, 2014 -- The number of industry enterprises is forecast to continue its descent, as the dominance of the industry's two largest players pose rising barriers to success in the industry. For these reasons,...

Weather Forecasting Services in the US Industry Market Research Report...

Lake Shore to Discuss THz Spectroscopy, Probing, and Hall Measurement...

June 20, 2014 -- Lake Shore Cryotronics, a leading innovator in solutions for measurement over a wide range of temperature and magnetic field conditions, announced today that it will be at next week’s 56th Electronic...

Lake Shore to Discuss THz Spectroscopy, Probing, and Hall Measurement...

NASA Taps Draper for Low-Cost Concept That Could Accelerate Planetary...

June 18, 2014 -- Draper Laboratory is developing a low-cost concept for NASA using cold atom technology and tiny ChipSats that could accelerate the space agency’s ability to explore other planets by combining into a...

NASA Taps Draper for Low-Cost Concept That Could Accelerate Planetary...

Science Fairs Fan Photonics Interest, With Backing from SPIE

June 16, 2014 -- From major international fairs with generous cash prizes to local community demonstrations, science fairs are a popular way to share the many capabilities of photonics with students and their families...

Science Fairs Fan Photonics Interest, With Backing from SPIE

New Book ‘The Evolving Universe’ Is a Truly Eye-Opening Read

June 15, 2014 -- Authors GA Mohr, Richard Sinclair, and Edwin Fear change readers' perceptions of the universe.

New Book ‘The Evolving Universe’ Is a Truly Eye-Opening Read

Team Usa Selected by Center for Excellence in Education at Purdue...

June 13, 2014 -- USA Biology Olympiad selected for international event during national competition at Purdue University.

‘Exquisitely Engineered’ Human Vision Featured in Optical Engineering

June 12, 2014 -- New techniques for studying human vision and designing imaging systems have important applications such as enabling earlier diagnosis of disease, better healthcare treatment monitoring, and more...

‘Exquisitely Engineered’ Human Vision Featured in Optical Engineering