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    Dexter Research Center, Inc. was founded by Robert Toth, Ph.D in 1977. A leading thin film and materials expert, Bob believed then and now that: No other infrared device outperforms a thermopile as...
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    JASCO manufactures a wide range of UV-Vis/NIR, FT-IR, Fluorescence, RAMAN and related spectroscopic instrumentation. JASCO is also the world leader in the field of Circular Dichroism Spectroscopy...
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    Hamamatsu Photonics is a leading manufacturer of devices for the generation and measurement of infrared, visible, and ultraviolet light. These devices include photodiodes, photomultiplier tubes,...
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    Advanced Fuel Research, Inc. (AFR) celebrated its twentieth anniversary in early 2000. The Company currently has 14 full-time employees and 14,000 sq. ft. of office and laboratory space. Click on the...
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    Applied Optoelectronics, Inc. (AOI) develops and manufactures advanced semiconductor laser transmitters and receivers. These products are used in the Fiber to the Home, telecommunications,...
  • Article - 17 Dec 2003
    Evident Technologies, the leader in nanotechnology applications and materials, has started commercial production of PbSe Core EviDots for applications that require high performance semiconductor...
  • Article - 5 Nov 2003
    Scientists from Columbia University, IBM and the University of New Orleans have assembled a new, three-dimensional designer material from two different types of material. Posted June 25 2003
  • Article - 24 Jan 2005
    Nanostructured optoelectronic components have many potential uses in space applications. With special focus on optical communications, this article looks at how laser terminals, quantum dot lasers,...
  • News - 24 May 2012
    Peking University, Duke University (USA) and the Chinese Academy of Sciences have fabricated an ‘uncooled’ ultrasensitive photovoltaic infrared detector using single-walled carbon...
  • News - 11 Jul 2008
    A newly developed nano-sized electronic device is an important step toward helping astronomers see invisible light dating from the creation of the universe. This invisible light makes up 98% of the...