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NASA has awarded a Phase I SBIR contract to Mesa Photonics for high-precision measurements of carbon dioxide and oxygen concentrations within the atmosphere. Careful investigation of both gases is important for understanding climate change. Measurements will use a new, proprietary … READ MORE
The Santa Fe New Mexican reported on Mesa Photonics’ two new grants from the National Science Foundation. Download a PDF of the article here.
The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded to Mesa Photonics a Phase I SBIR grant to develop improvements to multiphoton microscopy. Multiphoton microscopes have radically changed the manner in which quantitative biological studies are performed. These microscopes are used for … READ MORE
The US Department of Energy has awarded Mesa Photonics two Phase II Small Business Innovation (SBIR) grants. The first grant, “Complete characterization of ultrafast X-ray pulses,” will develop critical diagnostics for pulsed ultrafast X-ray systems being built worldwide. These systems … READ MORE
Project will develop low-cost, high precision instrumentation to improve medical research, homeland security, and nanomaterials.
On Nov 29, 2011, US Patent# 8,068,230 B2, entitled “Real-Time Measurement of Ultrashort Laser Pulses,” was issued to Daniel J. Kane, CEO & Founder of Mesa Photonics.
April 2011-Mesa Photonics was awarded the following two grants: (1) Complete Characterization of Ultrafast X-Ray Pulses and, (2) Chemical Remote Sensor for Proliferation Both of these grants are Phase 1 SBIRs
TECHNOLOGY Pulse Measurement: Frequency Resolved Optical Gating (FROG) Ultrafast laser systems, which generate laser pulses with durations of approximately 10 picoseconds or less, have a large number of applications in biochemistry, chemistry, physics, and electrical engineering. Such systems may be … READ MORE