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SPIE Photonics West 2015

07 Feb 2015 - 12 Feb 2015 - Moscone Center San Francisco, California, USA



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Photonics West, the #1 laser, photonics, biomedical optics conference: 20,000 attendees, six renowned symposia, and 4,800 R&D presentations covering a wide range of papers on biomedical optics, biophotonics, translational research, industrial lasers, 3D printing, optoelectronics, microfabrication, and more. SPIE Photonics West also has two of the most important laser (Photonics West) and biomedical optics (BiOS Expo) exhibitions in the industry with more than 1,250 exhibiting companies and a variety of new product. Photonics West includes the entire spectrum of light-driven technologies and attracts researchers, companies, and product developers from around the world. + BiOS – Biomedical Optics + TRANSLATIONAL RESEARCH + LASE – Lasers and Applications + OPTO – Optoelectronic Materials, Devices, and Applications + GREEN PHOTONICS + 3D PRINTING + Photonics West Exhibition + BiOS Expo

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