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org), today announced the re-launch of the Laser Institute of America's Journal of Laser Applications (JLA) (jla.
PYEONGTAEK, Korea, March 8, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Customers and interested parties in the areas of electronic, flat panel as well as photovoltaics and automotive can now test lasers and laser applications for their own production environments on site with their own materials and refine the processes together with Jenoptik engineers.
of New Mexico) has assembled research from experts in the field to show how tunable laser applications are currently being used in biology and medicine, with detailed explanations of the physics and architecture behind these emerging technologies.
It offers a broad view of the promising areas for laser applications, with core focus on diagnostic imaging, ophthalmology, dermatology, dentistry, and cardiology.
I recently attended the 10th annual Automotive Laser Applications Workshop held by the University of Michigan's College of Engineering.
energy density) measurement services for small-area detectors like those used in high-resolution semiconductor photolithography systems and other excimer laser applications.
ACQUIRES PATENT RIGHTS FOR SURGICAL LASER APPLICATIONS SAN FRANCISCO, March 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Phoenix Laser Systems Inc.
Nasdaq: IOTN) a Laser Guided Energy (LGE(TM)) company developing next generation Directed Energy Weapons, for the design and testing of ultra-short laser applications utilizing unique features.