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Quanta Image Sensors
Wed, Jan 28, 2015 1:00P EST
Join us for a FREE webinar - Wednesday, January 28, 2015, 1 p.m. EST Demand for high sensitivity and high dynamic range motivates new approaches for image sensors. The quanta image sensor (QIS) concept involves counting individual photons on sensors made of 1 billion or more specialized sub-diffraction-limit photodetectors (called jots). A series of bit planes is generated through high-speed readout, and a kernel or "cubicle" of bits (X,Y, t) is used to create a single...
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Enabling Nanophotonics, Data Storage and Energy Conversion with New Plasmonic Materials
Wed, Feb 4, 2015 1:00P EST
Join us for a FREE webinar - Wednesday, February 4, 2015, 1 p.m. EST Over the past decade, one of the major focal points for the area of nanophotonics has been developing a new class of plasmonic structures and metamaterials as potential building blocks for advanced optical technologies, including data processing, exchange and storage; a new generation of cheap, enhanced-sensitivity sensors; nanoscale-resolution imaging techniques; new concepts for energy conversion including improved solar cells, as well as novel types of light sources.   Designing plasmonic metamaterials with versatile properties that can be tailored to fit almost any practical need promises a range of potential breakthroughs. However, to enable these new technologies based on plasmonics, grand limitations associated with the use of metals as constituent materials must be overcome. In the structures demonstrated so far, too much light is absorbed in the metals (such as...
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Photobiomodulation: Laser Therapy for the Nervous System
Thu, Feb 19, 2015 1:00P EST
Join us for a FREE webinar - Thursday, February 19, 2015, 1 p.m. EST The use of “low level” light applications, termed photobiomodulation (PBM), as a noninvasive, neuro-restorative therapy for the treatment of injury and diseases of the nervous system is has potential to revolutionize repair of the injured nervous system. Experiments on the use PBM to repair injured spinal cords and peripheral nerves will be discussed, along with the scientific basis for this improvement. Dr. Anders’ laboratory was the first to demonstrate that light applied transcutaneously penetrates to the level of the spinal cord. Transmission spectra revealed that peak transmission through all tissue layers overlying the spinal cord was at 810 nm, with minimal absorption by blood and water. Axonal regeneration and functional recovery in various models of spinal cord injury was supported by 810 nm wavelength light. Genes involved in the immune response, cellular...


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Machining Precision Glass and Ceramics: Choosing, Specifying, and Avoiding Pitfalls
Wed, Nov 19, 2014 1:00P EST
Join us for a FREE webinar - Wednesday, November 19, 2014, 1pm ET Touching on when and why advanced engineering would require glass or ceramic over easier to machine materials, the bulk of the presentation will be on practical design advice. Learn about risk items and high cost mistakes, and a consideration of materials. Rules of thumb for engineers to optimize lightweighting, mounting, aligning, corners, wall thickness and radii and how to avoid quilting on polished...
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Fiber Optic Glass Processing for Photonic Component Fabrication
Tue, Nov 11, 2014 1:00P EST
Join us for a FREE webinar - Tuesday, November 11, 2014, 1pm ET Special photonics components may be required for sensors (as used in the oil and gas industry) and for applications in various fields such as cutting-edge telecommunication systems, bio-medical use, and industrial applications such as fiber lasers. Many of these components may be fabricated based on optical fibers by using glass processing technics. This presentation will outline a number of photonic ...
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Time-Lapse Imaging with Lamp and LED – Stability vs Repeatability
Wed, Nov 5, 2014 2:00P EST
Join us for a FREE webinar: Fluorescence microscopy is a standard technique used in most laboratories around the world.  With the invention of fluorescence proteins such as GFP, publications using fluorescence techniques have skyrocketed.  Traditional HBO/mercury lamps were replaced by pre-aligned lamps that emerged in the early 2000s. With their broad spectrum and high output, these lamps have provided an effective solution for many ...
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Man-Machine Collaboration: Safety Sensors
Thu, Oct 30, 2014 1:00P EST
Join us for a FREE webinar: Thursday, Oct. 30, 2014, 1 p.m. EST Automation and the use of robotic systems has increased factory output and efficiency dramatically over the last few decades. Automated systems handle tasks that are repetitive or dangerous, allowing workers to focus on tasks that require dexterity and critical thinking. As these manufacturing facilities become more complex, humans will need to work in conjunction with robotic systems in certain manufacturing...
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Imaging Biology at High Spatiotemporal Resolution
Wed, Oct 29, 2014 1:00P EST
Join us for a FREE webinar Wednesday, Oct. 29, 2014, 1 p.m. EST Presenter Dr. Hari Shroff will discuss efforts to develop high-resolution optical methods better suited than conventional imaging tools for the study of live, dynamic and 3-D biological samples. Structured illumination microscopy (SIM) doubles the spatial resolution of a light microscope, and requires lower light intensities and acquisition times than other superresolution techniques, but has been...
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Camera Solutions to Increase the Bottom Line: Web Inspection/Print Control
Wed, Oct 15, 2014 1:00P EST
Join us for a FREE webinar: Automated camera systems are being deployed in a wide variety of industrial settings to reduce costs, improve quality, limit the need for manual interventions and more. Engineers who design, develop and implement such systems must consider a range of camera and sensor characteristics including speed and resolution, along with the compatibility of related system components such as camera interface, lighting and algorithms. This webinar will cover...
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Surface-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy: Methods and Applications
Fri, Sep 19, 2014 1:00P EST
MOVED FROM AUGUST 22 TO SEPTEMBER 19 Join us for a FREE webinar: Surface-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy: Methods and Applications This webinar will describe the technique of surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy (SERS). Limits and advantages will be highlighted in comparison to other analytical spectroscopic techniques. Presenter Tiziana C. Bond will provide a panoramic view of the current state of the art and future trends, taking the opportunity to describe the latest...
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Fast & Sensitive Camera Technologies – How to Choose the Best Solution
Thu, Aug 21, 2014 1:00P EST
Join us for a FREE webinar – Dr. Orla Hanrahan has worked with Andor Technology as an Application Specialist in Life Science for the past four years.  Her role brings her in touch with all the latest developments and innovations in both camera technology and microscopy applications.  Previous to this Dr. Hanrahan managed a microscopy facility in the Biochemistry Department at Trinity College, Dublin where she worked with a variety of microscopy set-ups...
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New Directions in Microscopy Illumination
Wed, Aug 13, 2014 1:00P EST
Below is Michael Walsh's presentation - Join us for a FREE webinar: New Directions in Microscopy Illumination In optical microscopy, light is the messenger, carrying  information from the sample to the viewer. Intriguing new light sources are opening new vistas for research, undergraduate education and community outreach. Accelerating spectral pathology with QCL imaging In Part 1 of this webinar, Dr. Michael Walsh of the University of Illinois...
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From Product to Profit: The Powerful Impact of Early-stage, User-Based Research
Wed, Jul 30, 2014 12:00P EST
Additional Q&A - Q: How can I distribute my questionnaire? If I am in the early stage of designing a specific product for India and I know my target audience... How can I reach them? Do you know any mailing services or lists?  A: In the US and Europe, the first two places we would look would be the following: a. Professional societies that reflect your target audience  - see if they offer email blasts as part of the advertising b. Trade journals that target your...

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Aspheres: Tolerancing for High Performance
Wed, Jun 25, 2014 1:00P EST
Join us for a FREE webinar – Dan Bajuk is Technical Director of ZYGO’s Extreme Precision Optics group in Richmond, California. He has 40 years of expertise in developing aspheric manufacturing and metrology processes. Applications he’s worked on span the spectrum from infrared to EUV, and projects as widely separated as EUV semiconductor lithography, the Hubble Space Telescope’s COSTAR optics and Freeforms. Tolerancing high precision aspheres is...
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Precision Radius Metrology
Wed, Jun 4, 2014 1:00P EST
Join us for a FREE webinar – Bruce Truax is Manager of Optical Engineering at Zygo Corporation. Mr. Truax graduated from the University of Rochester with B.S. and M.S degrees in Optics and from the University of New Haven with an MBA.  His career began at the Western Electric Engineering Research Center in Hopewell, NJ. He then moved to Zygo where he spent time in R&D, Product Development and Marketing.  After 12 years at Zygo Mr. Truax started an...
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