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The Optical Society (OSA)
2010 Massachusetts Ave., NW
Washington, DC, 20036

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The Optical Society (OSA)
2010 Massachusetts Ave., NW
Washington , DC  20036   USA
Phone: 202-416-1443
http://www.osa.org
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Company News From The Optical Society (OSA)

Jul 28, 2014

Wearable Device for the Early Detection of Common Diabetes-related Neurological Condition


Jul 18, 2014

Improving Driver Safety: How to Prevent Streetlight Glare in the New World of LED Lighting


Jul 02, 2014

Overcoming Light Scattering: Single-pixel Optical System Uses Compressive Sensing to See Deeper Inside Tissue


Jun 26, 2014

Packing Hundreds of Sensors Into a Single Optical Fiber for Use in Harsh Environments


Jun 19, 2014

A Better Imager for Identifying Tumors


Jun 18, 2014

Making Smartphones Smarter with See-Through Sensors


Jun 10, 2014

Check Your Glucose with a Turn of the Wrist: New Biometric Watches Use Light to Non-Invasively Monitor Vital Signs


Jun 03, 2014

Lasers and Night-Vision Technology Help Improve Imaging of Hidden Lymphatic System


May 29, 2014

Low Power, Longer Distance, Tiny Package: New Laser Sensing Technology for Self-driving Cars, Smartphones and 3-D Video Games


May 27, 2014

Precision-Guided Epidurals and Better Blood Monitors


May 22, 2014

First Broadband Wireless Connection...to the Moon?!


May 21, 2014

Skinny Lens Makes Cheap Surveillance Camera for Home Use


May 20, 2014

Busting Rust with Light: New Technique Safely Penetrates Top Coat for Perfect Paint Job


Apr 24, 2014

Bake Your Own Droplet Lens


Apr 14, 2014

Let the Sun Shine In: Redirecting Sunlight to Urban Alleyways


Mar 20, 2014

Shrink Wrap Used to Enhance Detection of Infectious Disease Biomarkers


Feb 24, 2014

Thicker Than Water: Medical Researchers Use Light to Quickly and Easily Measure Blood's Clotting Properties


Feb 18, 2014

A Stretchable Highway for Light


Jan 27, 2014

A Silk Coat for Diamonds Makes Sleek New Imaging and Drug Delivery Tool


Jan 23, 2014

Fur and Feathers Keep Animals Warm by Scattering Light


Dec 20, 2013

Early Detection of Blinding Eye Disease Could Be as Easy as Scanning a Barcode


Jul 17, 2013

Deciphering Butterflies' Designer Colors: Findings Could Inspire New Hue-Changing Materials


Jun 27, 2013

A Telescope for Your Eye: New Contact Lens Design May Improve Sight of Patients with Macular Degeneration


May 29, 2013

Charred Micro-Bunny Sculpture Shows Promise of New Material for 3-D Shaping


May 02, 2013

On-Site Asbestos Detector Offers Promise of Better Work Place Safety


Apr 24, 2013

New LED Streetlight Design Curbs Light Pollution


Apr 04, 2013

New Camera System Creates High-resolution 3-D Images from up to a Kilometer Away


Mar 07, 2013

New Flex-Grid System Prevents Optical Network 'Traffic Jams'


Feb 26, 2013

Infrared Digital Holography Allows Firefighters to See Through Flames, Image Moving People


Feb 20, 2013

New Imaging Device That is Flexible, Flat, and Transparent


Jan 23, 2013

Self-Assembling Silica Microwires May Herald New Generation of Integrated Optical Devices


Jan 08, 2013

Scientists Mimic Fireflies to Make Brighter LEDs


Dec 19, 2012

New Dynamic Dual-Core Optical Fiber Enhances Data Routes on Information Superhighway


Dec 03, 2012

World's Smallest Wrench Puts a New Twist on Microscopic Manipulation


Nov 29, 2012

First-Ever Hyperspectral Images of Earth's Auroras


Nov 19, 2012

A 3-D Light Switch for the Brain


Nov 13, 2012

Human Eye Gives Researchers Visionary Design for New, More Natural Lens Technology


Oct 11, 2012

Eco-Friendly Optics: Spider Silk's Hidden Talents Brought to Light for Applications in Biosensors, Lasers, Microchips


Oct 10, 2012

From Lectures to Explosives Detection: Green Laser Pointer Identifies Traces of Dangerous Chemicals in Real-Time


Oct 04, 2012

More Certainty on Uncertainty's Quantum Mechanical Role


Sep 27, 2012

Cyborg Surgeon: Hand and Technology Combine in New Surgical Tool That Enables Superhuman Precision


Sep 24, 2012

Tissues Tell the Tale: Non-Invasive Optical Technique Detects Cancer by Looking Under the Skin


Sep 13, 2012

Laser-Powered 'Needle' Promises Pain-Free Injections


Aug 30, 2012

Shedding New Light on One of Diabetes' Most Dangerous Complications


Aug 15, 2012

OSA Webcast on Landmark NAS Report: Optical Science Trends for the Future


Aug 14, 2012

Hearing the Telltale Sounds of Dangerous Chemicals: New Photoacoustic Technique Detects Multiple Nerve Agents Simultaneously


Aug 13, 2012

OSA Commends Landmark National Academy of Sciences Report on Enabling Nature of Optics


Aug 06, 2012

Seeing Through Walls: Laser System Reconstructs Objects Hidden from Sight


Jul 03, 2012

Insects Inspire X-ray Improvements: Nanostructures Modeled After Moth Eyes May Enhance Medical Imaging


Jun 18, 2012

Art and Optics Converge to Preserve Frescos: Reflected Infrared Light Unlocks New Details of Renaissance Paintings


May 23, 2012

Sensing the Infrared: Researchers Improve Infrared Detectors Using Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes


May 21, 2012

New Microscope Uses Rainbow of Light to Image the Flow of Individual Blood Cells


Apr 23, 2012

Medical 'Lightsabers': Laser Scalpels Get Ultrafast, Ultra-Accurate, and Ultra-Compact Makeover


Apr 19, 2012

The Solar Cell that Also Shines: Luminescent 'LED-Type' Design Breaks Efficiency Record, Illuminates 50-Year Mystery


Mar 26, 2012

Not Your Average Heat Shield: New 'Thermal' Approach to Invisibility Cloaking Hides Heat to Enhance Technology


Feb 08, 2012

Flipping a Light Switch in the Cell: Quantum Dots Used for Targeted Neural Activation


Dec 20, 2011

Monthly Tip Sheet: Research Highlights from Biomedical Optics Express - December 2011


Dec 14, 2011

Optical Fiber Innovation Could Make Future Optical Computers a 'SNAP'


Nov 30, 2011

Monthly Tip Sheet: Research Highlights from Biomedical Optics Express - November 2011


Nov 30, 2011

Researchers' New Recipe Cooks-up Better Tissue 'Phantoms'


Oct 05, 2011

From Myth to Reality: Photos Prove Triple Rainbows Exist


Oct 03, 2011

Researchers Transform iPhone into High-quality Medical Imaging Device


Sep 15, 2011

Google's Milo Medin to Keynote OFC/NFOEC 2012 Plenary Session


Aug 30, 2011

Microscope on the Go: UCLA Engineers Build Cheap, Portable, Dual-Mode Microscope That Uses Holograms Instead of Lenses


Aug 17, 2011

Monthly Tip Sheet: Research Highlights from Biomedical Optics Express


Aug 01, 2011

New High-Speed 3-D Imaging System Holds Potential for Improved Cancer Screening






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