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The Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired is calling on local firms interested in developing the next generation of assistive technologies for the blind and low vision community. Researchers and representatives from engineering services firms and manufacturers interested in developing and commercializing these technologies are invited to ABVI’s Low Vision Technology Industry Day on June 12....
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240 stakeholders converged at the Rochester Museum and Science Center’s Riedman Gallery on September 10 to interact with industry experts and thought leaders in a conversation about the National Photonics Initiative. Congresswoman Louise Slaughter, representative 25th district, New York cohosted the meeting. Slaughter’s opening remarks emphasized Rochester’s leading role in optics, photonics and imaging for...
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The National Photonics Initiative: What Is Rochester’s Role? Co-hosted with Congresswoman Louise Slaughter Representative, 25th District, New York RRPC Annual Meeting Thursday September 5, 2013 Rochester Museum & Science Center 3:30 – 6:30 PM (3:00 PM registration) $45 per person click here to register Following the release last year of Optics & Photonics: Essential Technologies...
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Conferences this week at the University of Rochester have attracted top physicists from about 20 nations — including Serge Haroche of France, winner of last year’s Nobel Prize in physics. The Tenth Rochester Conference on Coherence and Quantum Optics — a three-day event that concluded Wednesday — was the place to be for scientists wanting...
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Join your peers at SPIE Optifab 2013,  14-17 October, the largest optical fabrication event in North America and it only happens every other year in Rochester, New York! At Optifab you’ll find research AND industry – a unique format that lets you gain valuable insight into the optical fabrication market by maximizing interaction between leading...
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Implementation of the Affordable Care Act is just months away. New regulations are coming. Is your company prepared? In the wake of Health Care Reform: Will you play or pay? Are you subject to penalties? Is your plan affordable? What is your strategy? REGISTER HERE Join John Godsoe, attorney with Bond, Shoeneck and King and Kim Olek, Vice...
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March 26, 2013 | DoubleTree Hotel, Henrietta | 1:00 – 5:00PM A unique opportunity to learn about some of the innovative applied research being conducted at the University of Rochester, Rochester Institute of Technology, and Cornell University. The University Technology Showcase allows industry professionals an exclusive chance to see a snapshot of work being conducted...
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OptiFab Submissions open | Abstracts due 1 April Conference in Rochester, NY:  14 – 17 October 2013 SPIE Optifab conference is a unique technical focus on classical and advanced optical manufacturing technologies, this meeting offers attendees an opportunity to interact with worldwide experts in the field of optical fabrication. Organized jointly by SPIE and APOMA,...
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Expert Panel Discusses What Will Drive Optics and Photonics Growth The RRPC brought together over 200 industry leaders to hear the findings from the recently released report, Optics and Photonics: Essential Technologies for our Nation. (Read more from the Innovation Trail). Get more about the report from SPIE here. While optics-related technologies make up 25%...
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While Kathy Hochul (D) Amherst, was in Rochester yesterday at HTR listening to some entrepreneurs talk about how hard it is to get SBIR money, she heard from RRPC member OptiPro how successful they have been with SBIR’s (article here). Meanwhile, RRPC was hosting Mirror Tech Days, a three day conference with 110 scientists and...
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