The Optical Society (OSA) Announces Finalists of Enabled by Optics Contest

Finalists in the OSA-sponsored Enabled by Optics Contest have been announced. The winner will be announced in April and honored during CLEO, in San Jose, CA, June 5-10.

Consumer Physics – for SCiO, the world’s first molecular scanner that fits in the palm of your hand, enabling applications in health/fitness, pharmaceuticals, manufacturing, agriculture and beyond
 
Cosemi Technologies – for its hybrid OptoHD cable that harnesses the power of copper and optical fiber to rapidly transfer large quantities of high-definition audio and video data for the ultimate user experience
 
Double Helix, LLC – for 3D super-resolution imaging for use in disease discovery and drug development
 
Nanolive SA – for the 3D Cell Explorer, a revolutionary microscope that enables the exploration of a living cell in 3D without damaging it, including performing precise measurements of the impact of stimuli and drugs on individual cells

Finalists in the OSA-sponsored Enabled by Optics Contest have been announced. The winner will be named in April and honored during CLEO, in San Jose, CA, June 5-10.

Consumer Physicsfor SCiO, the world’s first molecular scanner that fits in the palm of your hand, enabling applications in health/fitness, pharmaceuticals, manufacturing, agriculture and beyond

Cosemi Technologies for its hybrid OptoHD cable that harnesses the power of copper and optical fiber to rapidly transfer large quantities of high-definition audio and video data for the ultimate user experience

Double Helix, LLC for 3D super-resolution imaging for use in disease discovery and drug development

Nanolive SA for the 3D Cell Explorer, a revolutionary microscope that enables the exploration of a living cell in 3D without damaging it, including performing precise measurements of the impact of stimuli and drugs on individual cells
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