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2015-01-12 12:28:24

Company Initiates Benchmark Testing on Organic Polymer Coated Chips Versus Silicon Photonic Devices LONGMONT, Colo., Jan. 12, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Lightwave Logic, Inc.

2015-01-12 12:27:58

DALLAS, January 12, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- According to a new market research report "Optical Networking and Communications Market by Technology (Wavelength Division Multiplexing

2015-01-11 16:20:27

ReportsnReports.com offers "Global Image Sensor Market 2015-2019" a new industry research report of 66 Pages in its store. DALLAS, Jan.

2015-01-09 23:04:36

GIA launches comprehensive analysis of industry segments, trends, growth drivers, market share, market size and demand forecasts on the global Active Optical Cables market.

2015-01-07 23:04:42

Today, DK Photonics Technology, one of the leading companies designing and manufacturing high quality optical passive components, held a seminar introducing CWDM Products. (PRWEB)

2015-01-06 16:28:27

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2014-12-30 12:25:40

ReportsnReports.com offers "Global Sensors Market 2014-2018" a new industry research report of 65 Pages in its store. DALLAS, Dec.

2014-12-19 12:27:25

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2014-12-18 12:31:37

Virtually No Observed Degradation of Electro Optical Activity Demonstrates Commercial Viability For Certain Multi-Billion Dollar Markets LONGMONT, Colo.,


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Venus’ Flower Basket, Euplectella aspergillum
2014-01-05 00:00:00

Venus’ Flower Basket (Euplectella aspergillum) is a species of hexactinellid sponge found in the deep ocean. It is found with a male and female shrimp living inside it, which spend their lives living in just one sponge basket. Because of this, Asian cultures use the dead, dried sponge as a wedding present to signify the symbiotic relationship of the sponge and shrimp. The shrimp that make their home inside the basket reproduce and their offspring escape and find their own sponge to call...

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