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OSA Publishing

OSA Publishing's Digital Library offers the largest collection of peer-reviewed optics and photonics content.

This cutting-edge repository includes content from OSA's prestigious journals and co-publications. Our journal content offers the highest number of article citations (42%) than any other publisher in the Optics category of the 2015 Journal Citation Report ® (Thomson Reuters, 2015). With more than 304,000 journal articles and conference proceedings from 640 conferences, OSA Publishing covers a breadth of disciplines.

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Core Journals

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Applied Optics

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Biomedical Optics Express

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Optica

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Optical Materials Express

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Optics Express

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Optics Letters

Partnered Journals

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Applied Spectroscopy

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Journal of Lightwave Technology

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Photonics Research

Legacy Journals

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Optics News

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09 novembro 2017
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Super-resolution Photoacoustic Imaging Could Allow Scientists to Watch Blood Vessels with Improved Resolution

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08 novembro 2017
Spectral images, which contain more color information than is obtainable with a typical camera, reveal characteristics of tissue and other biologic...

Wireless Handheld Spectrometer Transmits Data to Smartphone

New Approach Uses Light Instead of Robots to Assemble Electronic Components

07 novembro 2017
An international team of researchers has developed a new light-based manipulation method that could one day be used to mass produce electronic comp...

New Approach Uses Light Instead of Robots to Assemble Electronic Components