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Lightwave Logic Lightwave Logic is dedicated to developing and commercializing next generation technology to replace existing data communications and telecommunications interconnect infrastructure with advanced optical devices that are part of a Polymer Photonic Integrated Circuit (Polymer PIC) platform.

Our goal is to meet today’s demands and the future needs for the movement of ever increasing data at decreased costs.

The University of Glasgow, founded in 1451, is the fourth oldest university in the English-speaking world, ranking in the top 1% of universities worldwide.

Its School of Engineering hosts the James Watt Nanofabrication Centre, one of Europe’s leading fabrication facilities, and has pioneered research in integrated optics since the 1970s.

BRIDGBRIDG is the world’s first industry-led smart sensor consortium. BRIDG accelerates technology commercialization by providing holistic solutions to bridge technology and capability gaps across multiple fields.

Established in Florida as a not-for-profit, industry-friendly consortium through support of visionary allies. Service areas include research, development, and commercialization
Focused on manufacturing development of advanced technologies in smart sensors, imagers, advanced devices, and 2.5D/3D chip integration. By leveraging technology capabilities, processes, and background intellectual property, BRIDG develops advanced lab/fab and universal technology platforms to provide unrivaled economies of scale needed for cost-effective manufacturing.

LioniXLioniX International focuses on Photonic Integrated Circuits (PIC) enabled modules based on its proprietary waveguide technology (TriPleX™), in addition to its other core competences micro-fluidics, opto-fluidics and MEMS.

As a vertical integrated company it delivers a complete solution to OEM customers: from initial design through volume manufacturing of products.

aim photonicsOur mission is to create a national institute supporting the end-to-end integrated photonics manufacturing ecosystem in the U.S. by expanding upon a highly successful public-private partnership model with open-access to world-class shared-use resources and capabilities.
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