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Tech Needs of the Week

Wanted: Orthobiologics to Treat Spine-Related Diseases An organization seeks new orthobiologic technologies (bone replacement materials and antibiotical carriers) that stimulate bone growth in spinal fusion repairs. They also are seeking FDA-approved materials with strength and stiffness close to cortical bone. To respond to this Tech Need, click here.

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Fully Integrated Prosthetic Arm Provides Sensory Feedback



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Raman Software Named PTB Product of the Month



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Current Attractions: Leslie Molzahn of NASAÂ’s Dryden Flight Research Center



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Techs of the Week: Fire-Retardant Technology



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New Solar Cell Increases Efficiency and Lowers Cost



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Current Attractions

As noted in the article “Mini CW Lasers Enable Next-Generation Bioinstrumentation” in May’s edition of Photonics Tech Briefs (PTB), continuous-wave (CW) lasers have helped advance research in fields such as cell sorting and DNA sequencing. Written by Jurgen Niederhofer, product manager of Newport’s Spectra-Physics Lasers Division (Stahnsdorf, Germany), the article highlights low-cost, small-form-factor diode-pumped solid-state (DPSS) and direct-diode (DD) lasers that answer many of the most common bioinstrumentation applications.

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