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May 2015
For New York Photonics Member CEOs and Presidents We are pleased to collaborate with another education organization here in Rochester to make you aware of an interesting seminar– The Growth Challenge: How Innovation can Close your Growth Gap, to be held on Tuesday, June 09, 2015, 7:30 am at Oak Hill Country Club. One of the...
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$987,500 grant will fund state-of-the-art x-ray beam monitor Sydor Instruments has been awarded a Phase IIA Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grant in the amount of $987,500 from the Department of Energy. Sydor Instruments will use this grant in collaboration with Brookhaven National Laboratory and Stony Brook University to develop commercial diamond beam position, timing...
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Webster resident Joseph Serio worked as a gas station attendant in the 1990s, and had no ties to NASA or Mars Rovers. Now he’s a Monroe Community College optics technology student with 20 years of experience manufacturing optics parts for NASA Mars Rovers with Ontario company Optimax. He’s headed to Texas next week to compete...
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FluxData’s FD-1665 used in Image Enhancement Of Surface Microstructure On Mucosa For Polarimetric Endoscopy study Katsuhiro Kanamori from Device Research Laboratory Advanced Research Division, Panasonic Corporation in Japan recently concluded their research into endoscopic imaging of gastric mucosa for the purpose of detecting colon cancer. FluxData’s FD-1665 Polarimetric imaging system was used as part of...
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June 1 – June 12, 2015 The Institute of Optics will offer its 54th annual Summer School short-course series next month. This year’s offering will be a mix of a one-week course and two-and-a-half-day courses. RRPA Grants Available Full scholarships for our Summer School courses are available through a grant from the US Employee and...
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We are living in a transformative age of photonics potential! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iyzzg7dTuvY https://newscenter.berkeley.edu/2015/05/06/video-cellscope-automates-detection-of-parasites/
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ISG is the first firm to Announce the New SONY IMX250 Pregius 5Mp Global Shutter LightWise™ Allegro USB3 Camera  The new LightWise Allegro USB3 SONY IMX250 based cameras deliver excellent image quality and high speed performance.  A variety of applications will be improved using this camera. The SONY IMX250 Pregius™ CMOS Image Sensor delivers unparalleled...
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A 60-day comment period beginning today is the photonics industry’s opportunity to provide vital input on proposed regulations controlling export of important technologies under Category XII of the U.S. Munitions List, which governs commodities covered by International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR). The proposal has broad implications for the U.S. optics and photonics industry both...
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Date set: Thursday, July 16th 2015 Shadow Lake and Shadow Pines Golf Clubs Penfield, NY Register for the annual WNY Optics/Photonics Golf Tournament!  For advance information email wnyoptics@rochester.rr.com This great charity event has raised a total of $200,000 to benefit the Golisano Children’s Hospital. The Tournament Reaches a Milestone. The Tournament is naming a patient room in the...
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