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Watch some video files of the Photonics21 Annual Meeting 2012
Feature Stories - New frontier: Chips transfer data at light speed
Photonics21 Annual Meeting 2012 covered in the media
Photonics - a great exampleof EU research in action
Maybe you haven’t heard of Photonics? Or maybe you just think it’s something they might use to kill the bad guys in Star Trek? In fact, it’s not just real, it’s an incredibly important field of technology.
You can read more about on Commissioner Kroes' blog:
Partnerships take Euro-photonics to next level
At today’s Photonics 21 Annual Meeting, Neelie Kroes, the European Commission’s Vice President, confirmed her support for the foundation of a public-private partnership (PPP) within Horizon 2020 with Photonics 21, the pan European Technology Forum.
You can read the full article by following this link: http://optics.org/news/3/3/40
Photonics21 Annual Meeting Draws Focus to Innovation and Public-Private Partnership
Energizing photonics innovation through public-private partnership and applying the field's uptapped potential to solve the world's problems occupied discussions at this week's Photonics21 Annual Meeting
You can read the full article here:
Neelie Kroes Vice-President Of The European Commission Towards The Future At The Speed Of Light
It's great to be back among you again. Last year, we met and I set out the role of Photonics in European growth. I knew then that, if we decide to move together in the right direction, we can surely make things happen.
You can read the full article here: http://www.egovmonitor.com/node/48610
European photonics body plans accelerated growth
The European photonics industry is ready to deliver on its commitment of an overall investment of 7 Billion Euros in a Photonics Public Private Partnership (PPP) by 2020 and make an impact on creating new jobs and recovering from the economic crisis.
You can read the full article if you click here: http://optics.org/indepth/3/3/4
Schulterschluss von Politik und Industrie (German article)
You can read the full article here: http://www.photonik.de/pl/5/6/0/4323/schulterschluss-von-politik-und-industrie.html