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  • Seeing through Walls: Laser System Reconstructs Objects Hidden From Sight
    Seeing through Walls: Laser System Reconstructs Objects Hidden From Sight
    06 agosto 2012
    By combining bouncing photons, the particles of light, with advanced optics, researchers are able to ‘see’ 3-D images of objects hidden around a corner

  • OSA Foundation Launches Endowment Campaign for New Summer Learning Program in Honor of Anthony Siegman
    OSA Foundation Launches Endowment Campaign for New Summer Learning Program in Honor of Anthony Siegman
    30 julho 2012
    The OSA Foundation has launched a fundraising campaign for the Siegman International Summer School on Lasers, named in honor of Anthony E. Siegman, Optical Society (OSA) past president and founding member of the OSA Foundation Board. Siegman passed away in October 2011 at the age of 79.

  • Four International Students Awarded Travel Grants by the OSA Foundation
    Four International Students Awarded Travel Grants by the OSA Foundation
    11 julho 2012
    The OSA Foundation (OSAF) is pleased to announce the student travel grant recipients for the Optical Society’s (OSA) Advanced Photonics Congress held in Colorado Springs, Colo. June 15-18 and OSA’s Imaging and Applied Optics Congress held in Monterey, Calif., June 24-28. The OSAF Student Travel Grant Program awards grants to students working in or studying science in qualifying developing nations so they can attend OSA-managed technical meetings and conferences. This round of winners represents three countries from three continents.

  • 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 julho 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 julho 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).

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