In world science news: Time and space are observed in smallest increments yet
November 30, 2016
A research team at the Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics in Germany measured the entire ejection of electrons from a helium atom from start to finish with zeptosecond precision, marking the smallest time slot ever measured. In separate research, a team from Cambridge University and the Centre for Materials Physics in San Sebastian, Spain, developed a device that can focus light down to the scale of a single atom. Read More ...
STC.UNM to offer free seminar on the U.S. Patent process by leading patent attorneys
November 21, 2016
Enroll online in advance to attend a presentation on December 6th by Timothy Hsieh and Bryan Wilson of the MH2 Technology Law Group LLP for a peek into the inner workings of the Patent Office and suggestions on maximizing the chances of getting a patent. Read More ...
Three essential ways to get your tech startup across to an audience in your pitch
November 15, 2016
An article posted on visiblelogic.com/blog clearly outlines three approaches that will avoid potential pitfalls in making an effective technical startup pitch. Read More ...
UNM technology innovations and entrepreneurship are making an impact
November 15, 2016
Student startup teams are launching businesses and getting recognition; an Albuquerque startup is commercializing UNM technology and bringing a product to market; and a UNM collaborative is awarded a $50,000 grant. Read More ...
Behsan Behzadi recognized with ASSL Student Outstanding Poster Prize
November 10, 2016
Congratulations to Behsan Behzadi, Research Assistant with CHTM, for receiving an award on his poster presentation at the recent Advanced Solid State Lasers Conference (ASSL), held in Boston, Massachusetts. Read More ...
Dr. Peter D. Dragic, Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, presents: Designer Optical Fibers: It's not just about the waveguide anymore (PDF)
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Congratulations to the KING PONG CHAMPIONS!
Sanjay and Rezoan were the finalists; Arash and Mostafa were the semifinalists. Then it all came down to a doubles match between the directors and the students! Sanjay and Arash won, then donated their first and second prizes to Rezoan and Mustafa to double their winnings. To quote Joel, "Thanks to all of the participants with a special thanks to Juliet for coordinating and keeping the tournament on schedule.”