Jenoptik with High-Performance Products at SPIE Photonics West 2015.
At North America's leading photonics industry fair – the SPIE Photonics West – from February 10 to 12, 2015 in San Francisco, Jenoptik will be presenting product highlights of its Optical Systems and Lasers Material Processing divisions. Furthermore, Jenoptik will again support young entrepreneurs in the SPIE...
Gem of a stone for successful year ahead
As 2014 draws to a close, chat rooms are bursting with reflections on the eventful past 12 months, along with resolutions and well-wishes for the coming year.
Happy New Year 2015! Watch the Ball Drop in New York’s Times Square
Happy new year! And welcome to 2015. Whether you watched it live and want to experience it again or were just too busy partying, here's the dramatic ball drop in New York City's Times Square. Here's to a great, if unusually controversy-filled 2014, and an even better 2015. Thanks for ringing in the new year with Mediaite and we hope to see you here a lot over the next year.
Heavy-Metal Frost May Coat Mountains On Venus
A re-analysis of data gathered by a NASA spacecraft more than 20 years ago suggests that exotic heavy-metal frost may be present in the mountains and highlands of Venus.
An early fog, a broken link
Editor's note: The three members of the second Florida Wildlife Corridor Expedition are filing weekly dispatches of their 1,000-mile, 10-week journey to highlight the value of keeping an open pathway through the state for wildlife. Here is the story of the second week.
Improved solar panels and printed electronics on the horizon with new discovery
New and improved solar panels could result from the discovery of a new liquid crystal material, making printable organic solar cells better performing.
Integrated space-group and crystal-structure determination
( International Union of Crystallography ) SHELX is a system of nine programs for the solution and refinement of crystal structures against X-ray and neutron diffraction data.
Self-assembled nanotextures create antireflective surface on silicon solar cells
Reducing the amount of sunlight that bounces off the surface of solar cells helps maximize the conversion of the sun's rays to electricity, so manufacturers use coatings to cut down on reflections. Now scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy's Brookhaven National Laboratory show that etching a nanoscale texture onto the silicon material itself creates an antireflective surface that works as ...
I write what I drink…
Happy New Year to all Wine lovers! The beginning of the year ushers in reflections of the past and a revived quest to improve. Today I write this over-looking white beaches and crystal clear water. One can see ocean creatures in their natural beauty as they glide through the water, showing off, as some innocent onlookers are not expert swimmers.
Times Square ball in place, New Year's Eve is a go
Danielle Haynes NEW YORK, Dec. 30 (UPI) -- Final preparations are being made in Times Square for New York City's iconic New Year's Eve celebration.