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Free Tool Helps Cities Assess Impact of Switching to LED Street Lighting

The U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Municipal Solid-State Street Lighting Consortium released an economic cost-benefit analysis tool to help cities and other organizations estimate the impacts associated with switching to LED street lighting.

New Experiment Shows Neutrinos Do Not Travel Faster Than Light

Scientists from the ICARUS Group have announced that they’ve measured neutrinos travelling from CERN, and determined that those neutrinos were not travelling faster than light. Contradicting a much publicized observation from the OPERA Collaboration last year.

Physicists Look Around Corners in 3D

Researchers in the US have come up with a way of looking round corners using ultrafast laser pulses. Their technique creates a 3D image of what is round a corner by looking at how light reflects from objects in the local environment.

Richard Branson and Others Call on UK Gov’t for Renewable Energy Support

A letter signed by 101 public figures in the UK – including Sir Richard Branson – has been sent to Prime Minister David Cameron urging him to promote the benefits of renewable energy in the budget due to be announced this Wednesday, the Guardian reported.

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NVIS LED and Night Vision Testing

Gamma Scientific offers a comprehensive line of instruments specifically designed for night vision testing, and can assist with all of your NVIS needs.

Optical Sensors from UDTi

Did you know that UDT Instruments, a Gamma Scientific company, produces precision optical sensors for photometry and radiometry? UDTi photometric sensors have an unsurpassed ability to match the human eye’s sensitivity to color, and each UDTi optical sensor includes a NIST-traceable calibration form our in-house laboratory.

Gamma Scientific is Hiring

If you are interested in solving complex technical problems and have a passion for Physics, Engineering or Optics we would like to hear from you. Visit our career page to learn about our new openings for a Calibration Laboratory Manager and Photometry Systems Engineer.

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