Despite rapid progress, LAM remains largely a niche fabrication technology. What advances in technology and manufacturing science will bring it to the front ranks?
The optics community responds to a changeable landscape in the U.S., the U.K., and beyond.
The 96 members of the 2017 class of OSA Fellow Members will be recognized at conferences throughout the year for scientific, engineering, educational and technological contributions, as well as service and business leadership.
Zeptosecond realm, THz electron gun, fooling deep-sea predators, guiding a prosthetic hand, “employability” of graduates, investing in global IoT, and book reviews.
To create successful labs in an era of increasing diversity, leaders need training in group dynamics.
How some OSA student chapters and local sections around the world make a difference in their communities.
For two optics companies, additive manufacturing has opened new business opportunities.
OSA headquarters building named for Jarus Quinn; honors for Plant, Millane and other members; thanks to publications and meetings volunteers; PHOTONICS 2016, AOS and RIAO/OPTILAS meetings.