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FiO/LS 2014 Plenary - JM1A.3 - Point-of-Care Diagnostics for Low-Resource Settings

Presented By: R. Richards-Kortum, Rice University, Houston, United States; Session: Plenary (JM1A); Presented: 2014 FiO/LS, October 2014, Tucson, AZ, USA


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FiO/LS 2014 Plenary - JM1A.4 - Atom-Light Interactions in Photonic Crystals

Presented By: H. Kimble, Califronia Inst. of Technology, Pasadena, United States; Session: Plenary (JM1A); Presented: 2014 FiO/LS, October 2014, Tucson, AZ, USA


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OSA Executive Speaker Series 2014 - Milton Chang

OSA Corporate Associates Present: Executive Speaker Series: Milton Chang, Managing Director, Incubic, LLC. Interviewed by Hank Gauthier, IPG Board Member

JDSU - The World Depends on Optics

JDSU, the 2014 OSA Enabled by Optics winner, has developed an innovative light source used in 3D sensing technology, which enables interactions with devices naturally using bodies, gestures, eyes or voice.

FiO/LS 2014- Celebrating 50 years of Optical Sciences at Old Tucson

Tom Koch, Dean of College of Optical Sciences, gives an overview of the fun and excitement planned for a celebration of 50 years at Old Tucson during FiO/LS 2014.


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JDSU - The World Depends on Optics

JDSU, the 2014 OSA Enabled by Optics winner, has developed an innovative light source used in 3D sensing technology, which enables interactions with devices naturally using bodies, gestures, eyes or voice.

Introducing Optica: OSA’s New Open-Access Journal (Extended Interview)

Alex Gaeta, editor-in-chief of The Optical Society’s (OSA) new open-access journal Optica, discusses the publication’s focus on the rapid dissemination of high-impact results in all areas of optics and photonics.

Bake Your Own Droplet Lens - Biomedical Optics Express Research

Australian National University’s Steve Lee describes his team’s new process to create inexpensive high quality lenses that will cost less than a penny apiece. The research was published April 24, 2014 in Biomedical Optics Express. Video courtesy ANU.

OCT Cross Sectional Images

Flythrough of 3D OCT volumetric data showing sequential cross sections of the normal retina. 3D OCT provides comprehensive information about retinal structure, enabling early detection of disease. Video courtesy James Fujimoto, MIT.

First 3-D Movies of Living Sperm - Biomedical Optics Express BOEx

The track of a single sperm cell with a bent tail, in two dimensions (left) and three dimensions (right). Credit: Biomedical Optics Express.