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It’s that time again. Let’s take a look at the most-read articles that appeared on Photonics Online this year. It’s got intrigue, suspense, and surprises. Oh, and infrared, LiDAR, and so much more.
Government involvement in metrology can boost innovation, collaboration, and public trust, as well as foster economic growth. However, it also poses challenges like compliance costs and trade barriers.
To satisfy the growing need for motion control products, PI has expanded its facilities with a new building addition at PI’s HQ, extending the existing production area by another 11,000 square feet.
Northeast England Becomes Center of Excellence For Advanced Material Electronics Design And Manufacture
The formal launch of the North East Advanced Material Electronics (NEAME) cluster group has been announced today, with a mission to highlight and promote the region as a centre of excellence for advanced compound semiconductor technology design and manufacture.
Metalenz and STMicroelectronics Deliver World’s First Optical Metasurface Technology For Consumer Electronics Devices
Metalenz metasurfaces are now on the market through its partnership with STMicroelectronics, marking the introduction of this revolutionary optical technology in real-world devices.
Bright Ideas — HEL & Hypersonic Weapons Tests Successful, High-Quality Graphene-hBN Deposition Method Proves Scalable
Bright Ideas presents the most captivating news and innovations in photonics. This week, two laser weapon system effectively upended their targets, while a hypersonic weapon carried out its second successful training test. Plus, University of Michigan researchers have established a scalable deposition method for developing hBN on graphene, potentially leading the way for new deep-UV LEDs and quantum technologies.