Glophotonics

A Benabid

Research output: Non-textual formWeb publication/site

Abstract

This KTA project was aimed at the commercial development of a new, spin-out company, GLOphotonics. This venture is intended to be a vehicle for the commercialisation of novel photonic microcell (PMC) technology based on gas-filled, hollow-core photonic crystal fibres. These components can enable very compact lasers to be built with high spectral characteristics at many useful wavelengths. As well as enabling cost reductions in certain industries, they open up the potential for novel new markets in biological imaging, and other medical and industrial applications.
Original languageEnglish
Media of outputOnline
Publication statusPublished - 2012

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photonics
cost reduction
commercialization
hollow
vehicles
industries
fibers
gases
wavelengths
crystals
lasers

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Benabid, A. (Author). (2012). Glophotonics. Web publication/site
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