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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
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
Feb 2, 2011 Dr. Kane is the 2011 Recipient of the Harold E. Edgerton Award Dr. Daniel Kane was named, by SPIE, the 2011 recipient of the Harold E. Edgerton Award. The award is presented annually for outstanding contributions to … READ MORE