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nLight updates IPO filing: Laser-maker looks to raise as much as $81M

Stock markets Funding
3D Printing Industry

Russian Academy of Sciences leads unprecedented high-resolution 3D printing research

Robotics Science
Ars Technica

Lidar system images bullet in flight

Physics
IEEE

Fiber Lasers Mean Ray Guns Are Coming

Robotics Warfare Energy Physics
3D Printing Industry

Get a discount as Endurance Lasers put metal engraving to the test

Robotics Materials
Ars Technica

Video: Robotic muscle and sensitive polymer fingers

Robotics Materials People Intelligent machines
Slashdot

Levi Strauss Replaces Human Sanding With Automated Lasers

Robotics
@ruhanirabin via The Verge

Levi’s will use lasers to ethically create the finishes on all of its jeans

Design Materials
Bloomberg Business

The Navy Wants a Laser to Blow Drones Out of the Sky

Robotics Warfare
IEEE

Lockheed Martin to Develop Laser Weapons for U.S. Navy Destroyers

Robotics Warfare
Quartz

Levi's will soon rely entirely on lasers to give its jeans that classic finish

Robotics Lifestyle
Wired

The Phone Charger of the Future Will Go Pew Pew

Robotics Physics Materials
TNW

Researchers are wirelessly charging devices by blasting them with lasers

Physics Portable
MIT Tech Review

Geneticists are using laser-powered chips to search through DNA faster

Hardware Science
@ruhanirabin via The Verge

Archeologists used lasers to discover thousands Mayan structures in Guatemala

Science
Ars Technica

Many rings, not one, create a laser to confound us all

Robotics Physics Materials
Ars Technica

Fortresses, farmlands of the Maya emerge from massive LiDAR survey

ENGINEERING.com

Pulses of Light to Encrypt Data and Protect Security of Cryptocurrencies

Physics
Ars Technica

3D, volume-filled imagery created with hovering dots

Robotics Physics
MIT Tech Review

We all think our jobs are safe from automation

Robotics Intelligent machines