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  • Insects Inspire X-ray Improvements: Nanostructures Modeled After Moth Eyes May Enhance Medical Imaging
    Insects Inspire X-ray Improvements: Nanostructures Modeled After Moth Eyes May Enhance Medical Imaging
    03 July 2012
    Using the compound eyes of the humble moth as their inspiration, an international team of physicists has developed new nanoscale materials that could someday reduce the radiation dosages received by patients getting X-rayed, while improving the resolution of the resulting images.

  • OFC/NFOEC Named One of Fastest Growing Trade Shows by TSNN
    OFC/NFOEC Named One of Fastest Growing Trade Shows by TSNN
    02 July 2012
    The leading conference for the optical networking industry, the Optical Fiber Communication Conference and Exhibition/National Fiber Optic Engineers Conference (OFC/NFOEC), has been named one of the United States’ top 25 fastest-growing trade shows in net square footage growth by Trade Show News Network (TSNN).

  • Second Quarter 2012 Industry News Summary
    Second Quarter 2012 Industry News Summary
    02 July 2012
    Temperatures aren’t the only thing on the rise in the second quarter of 2012 – OSA Corporate Associate Members have also been busy developing new products, building partnerships and raising their profiles.

  • OSA Remains Top Publisher of Optics Journals
    OSA Remains Top Publisher of Optics Journals
    29 June 2012
    The Optical Society (OSA) today announced its journals have again generated the most citations and largest number of articles of any publisher in the optics category of the 2011 Journal Citation Reports® (Thomson Reuters JCR, 2011). In addition, OSA’s newest journal, Biomedical Optics Express, which launched in August 2010, debuted on the optics list with an Impact Factor of 2.333, the highest of any new optics journal this year.

  • OSA Foundation Grant Recognizes Graduate Students’ Optical Engineering and Lens Design Research Excellence
    OSA Foundation Grant Recognizes Graduate Students’ Optical Engineering and Lens Design Research Excellence
    27 June 2012
    The OSA Foundation (OSAF) today announced Matthew N. Barnum of the University of Arizona and Anthony J. Visconti of the University of Rochester are the recipients of the 2012 Robert S. Hilbert Memorial Travel Grant. The grant was established by Optical Research Associates (ORA®), now the Optical Solutions Group at Synopsys, Inc., as a memorial to ORA’s former President and Chief Executive Officer Robert S. Hilbert. The grant recognizes the research excellence of graduate students in the areas of optical engineering, lens design, and/or illumination design.

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