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We know that light affects our body clocks, but now, research has found that it's not only the intensity, but also the color that affects us.
Typically, glitter is something that you expect to find in a grade-school classroom, but the small, flat reflective particles are serving as the inspiration for a new type of reflective mirror that could help NASA develop a low-cost new type of space telescope mirrors.
Fiber optic beam expander lens assemblies are widely used to covert a beam of parallel light into a divergent output beam of light.
Conflict Photographer and Human Rights Advocate Lynsey Addario Along With Underwater / Marine Photographer Brian Skerry Announced As Newest Nikon Ambassadors MELVILLE, N.Y., April 16, 2015
Strong consumer demand for luxury eyewear, coupled with more consumers visiting optometrists and more individuals being wary of prescription changes, will support revenue growth over the next
Daniel Newman of Katonah, New York named the "I Am Next Contest" Winner as Part of Nikon's I Am Generation Image Campaign MELVILLE, N.Y., April 15, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, Nikon
Lutronic reported today that it has made another donation of a high energy pulsed diode laser system, ADVANTAGE™, to the Vietnam Vascular Anomalies Center (VAC) to care for underserved children,
PITTSBURGH, Apr. 14, 2015 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- ChemImage Sensor Systems (CISS) announces that Nathaniel R.
Expanded line of ruggedized solutions for real-world field use SAN JOSE, Calif., April 14, 2015 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- BaySpec, Inc., a leading supplier of high performance spectrometers,
Nature Photonics is a peer-reviewed scientific journal established in 2007 and published monthly by the Nature Publishing Group. As with other Nature journals, this periodical has no external Editorial Board with editorial decisions made by a fully-functioning in-house team. The journal covers research related to optoelectronics, laser science, imaging, communications, and other aspects of photonics. It publishes review articles, research papers, news and commentary, and research...
Optics Communications is a peer-reviewed rapid-publication scientific journal published by Elsevier. This journal has been in publication since April of 1969, according to the Library of Congress. It reports on all fields of optical science and technology. The following subjects are covered in Optics Communications: Physical optics, Optical information and image processing, Guided wave optics, Atomic and molecular physics, Optical properties of condensed and soft matter, Quantum optics,...
A telescope, designed to aid the observation of remote objects, collects some form of electromagnetic radiation (such as visible light). The Netherlands developed the first known practical telescope in the 17th century. The term "telescope" was termed in order to describe Galileo's instruments in 1611. However, Galileo was not the inventor of the telescope. It was Hans Lippershey, Zacharias Janssen, and Jacob Metius who are credited with the creation of the telescope. In 1668, Isaac Newton...
Bifocals are eyeglasses, commonly prescribed for presbyopia, with two distinct optical powers. Although there are arguments against him, Benjamin Franklin is generally credited with the invention of bifocals. After a correspondence between George Whatley and John Fenno it was thought that Franklin possibly invented the bifocals fifty years earlier than previously thought. Many inventions are worked on independently by many people and bifocals may have been the same, however, Franklin was...
A magnifying glass is a convex lens, usually mounted in a frame with a handle, which is used to produce a magnified image of an object. The glass works by creating a magnified virtual image of an object behind the lens. However, the distance between the lens and the object must be shorter than the focal length for the glass to work. If the distance is not correct then the image will appear small and inverted. Many magnifying glasses are mounted on a stand to insure the proper distance...
- The act of burning, scorching, or heating to dryness; the state or being thus heated or dried.
- In medicine, cauterization.
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