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Mesa Photonics was recently featured in an article in the New Mexican, highlighting our growth in manufacturing and exporting.
See FROGscan in action at SPIE Photonics West, 2016 at booth number 5247 in the North Hall. Some videos of FROGscan in operation are located here.
Mesa Photonics has been selected for a SBIR Phase I award by NASA. The $125,000 project will develop technology for detection of carbon dioxide and methane. The resulting instrumentation will be mounted on unmanned aerial vehicles for airborne measurements of gases related to … READ MORE
NASA has awarded a $750,000 contract to Mesa Photonics to develop an optical sensor for measuring the amounts of carbon dioxide and oxygen at different heights within the atmosphere. The measurements are needed to improve scientists’ understanding of global warming. … READ MORE
Mesa Photonics received the Northern New Mexico 20/20 Campaign Award on October 24th, 2013. This award is given by the Regional Development Corporation to honor high-growth companies in the Northern New Mexico region.
We are pleased to announce that Caterina Vidoli will be joining Mesa in October as Operations Manager. Caterina has extensive experience in optical diagnostics, medical devices, and plasma processing.
Mesa Photonics was awarded The City of Santa Fe Small Business of the Year for 2013. This award was sponsored by the Santa Fe Chamber of Commerce. See the related Santa Fe Scene video about the company. The award was … READ MORE
Mesa Photonics has been nominated for a Small Business Award sponsored by the Santa Fe Chamber of Commerce.
Mesa Photonics is now a member of the Global CCS Institute in Canberra, Australia. The Institute is dedicated to promoting carbon capture and storage (CCS) as an effective tool for mitigating global warming. Mesa’s membership was motivated, in part, by … READ MORE