Modulight news & articles

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Research Articles

Co-Packaged PARP inhibitor and photosensitizer for targeted photo-chemotherapy of 3D ovarian cancer spheroids

Published in: Cell & Bioscience Authors: Aaron Sorrin, Anika Dasgupta, Kathryn McNaughton, Carla Arnau Del Valle, Keri Zhou, Cindy Liu, Dana M. Roque & Huang Chiao Huang Within the last decade, poly(ADP-ribose) polymerase inhibitors (PARPi) have emerged in the clinic as an effective treatment for numerous malignancies. Preclinical data have demonstrated powerful combination effects of PARPi paired with photodynamic therapy (PDT), which involves light-activation of specialized dyes (photosensitizers) to stimulate cancer cell death through reactive oxygen species generation. In this study, a novel combination strategy was Continue reading →

Multiwavelength narrow linewidth laser system for Ba+ quantum computing applications

Published in: QUANTUM WEST SPIE 2024 Authors: Kostiantyn Nechay, Luukas Kuusela, Pekko Sipilä, Kalle Palomäki, Petteri Uusimaa Quantum information processing (QIP) approach based on trapped ions is a promising technology that exploits different ion species as individual qubits and qubit gates, while featuring long coherence times, high fidelity of operations, fast readout, and ion-ion gate entanglement. The practical usefulness of trapped-ion quantum computer depends on its further scaling to a large number of qubits. Meanwhile, trapped-ion quantum computer relies on a set of single-frequency lasers, utilizing Continue reading →

Narrow linewidth 650 nm DBR laser diode for quantum applications

Published in: QUANTUM WEST SPIE 2024 Authors: Riina Ulkuniemi, Luukas Kuusela, Mika Mähönen, Timo Aho, Jussi Hämelahti, Andreas Schramm, Soile Talmila, Pekko Sipilä, Petteri Uusimaa Laser systems are utilized in quantum for various applications. Multiple wavelengths and tailored solutions are required depending on the technology that the laser will be applied to. For instance, lasers can be used for controlling particles and molecules, including excitations of the quantum systems. Key performance requirements for lasers used in these applications include narrow linewidth, frequency stability, and single-frequency Continue reading →

Narrow linewidth VECSELs for Ba+ cooling at 493 nm

Published in: LASE SPIE 2024 Authors: Kostiantyn Nechay, Andreas Schramm, Mika Mähönen, Soile Talmila, Jussi Hämelahti, Pekko Sipilä, Kalle Palomäki, Petteri Uusimaa Quantum information processing based on trapped ion technology is one of the leading platforms, heavily relying on a set of single-frequency lasers in its core operations. Narrow linewidth lasers perform atom photoionization, cooling, state-preparation and read-out. In this work we demonstrate in-house designed and fabricated optically pumped semiconductor laser gain mirror comprised of InGaAs quantum wells and GaAs/AlAs distributed Bragg reflector. We demonstrate Continue reading →

Narrow linewidth 935 nm DBR laser diode for quantum applications

Published in: OPTO SPIE 2024 Authors: Mika Mähönen, Riina Ulkuniemi, Luukas Kuusela, Timo Aho, Andreas Schramm, Soile Talmila, Pekko Sipilä, Petteri Uusimaa Laser systems with ultra-stable and narrow linewidth operation are a crucial part for many quantum computing and quantum sensing technologies, such as trapped ion and neutral ion approaches. The particular interest in this work is the fabrication of a 935 nm Distributed Bragg reflector (DBR) laser which can be used to repump Yb ions permitting Doppler cooling. DBR’s can provide output powers in Continue reading →

Narrow linewidth DBR and MOPA laser systems for quantum applications in the 7xx nm regime

Published in: OPTO SPIE 2024 Authors: Luukas Kuusela, Timo Aho, Riina Ulkuniemi, Mika Mähönen, Jussi Hämelahti, Andreas Schramm, Soile Talmila, Pekko Sipilä, Petteri Uusimaa Lasers are a key enabling technology in the field of quantum computing, quantum sensing and quantum metrology. These applications require technically challenging properties from the lasers in use, such as stable and precisely controlled wavelength, up to watt level output power, and a narrow linewidth. Semiconductor diode lasers offer a very compact size, low power consumption, as well as scalability of Continue reading →

High brightness long lifetime 650nm single-mode laser diodes and arrays for display, printing, and quantum applications

Published in: LASE SPIE 2024 Authors: Riina Ulkuniemi, Andreas Schramm, Ville Vilokkinen, Jari Nikkinen, Petteri Uusimaa Individually addressable laser diode arrays (IAB) have been first demonstrated in near-infrared wavelengths, 8xx nm and 9xx nm, being mostly utilized in the digital printing industry. When moving towards visible wavelengths, other applications emerge. Examples of these are various display applications, including AR/VR products and head-up-displays. In addition, novel applications for narrow linewidth lasers have emerged in the field of quantum computing. In this paper, we present our latest Continue reading →

Tailorable semiconductor laser platform in the 7xx nm regime

Published in: OPTO SPIE 2024 Authors: Andreas Schramm, Luukas Kuusela, Mika Mähönen, Soile Talmila, Ville Vilokkinen, Petteri Uusimaa We report on tailoring capabilities in the 7xx nm wavelength range utilizing GaAsP or InGaAsP quantum wells (QW) embedded in AlGaAs. Laser structures are grown using metal-organic chemical vapor deposition. Wafers and manufactured lasers are thoroughly characterized, and lifetime tests are performed to validate laser reliabilities. Changing QW parameters enables us to tune the wavelength or polarization of the laser emission.   Read the article here

Hyperspectral imaging for flow cytometry

Published in: SPIE BIOS 2024 Authors: Anna Filipchuk, Robert Perttilä, Ana Colucci, Petteri Uusimaa Flow cytometry is a widely used analysis technique in biomedical sciences. It has found extensive utilization in both clinical diagnostics and cutting-edge biological research. As the method has been gaining greater recognition, its underlying technologies have undergone rapid development to further expand its range of applications. A notable trend is the introduction of imaging modalities to flow cytometry to expand the information content of the analyzed sample.   Read the article Continue reading →

High-power VECSEL with intracavity UV generation for flow cytometry applications

Published in: SPIE BIOS 2024 Authors: Kostiantyn Nechay, Robert Perttilä, Anna Essaulova, Petteri Uusimaa Flow cytometry is a powerful tool allowing to perform high-dimensional cell analysis which relies on a set of lasers for fluorochrome excitation. Typical flow cytometer employs excitation laser sources at violet, green, green-yellow and red wavelengths, with an extension to UV and DUV spectral bands in order to increase the number of cell characteristics. UV laser source constitutes the single most expensive component of flow cytometers. In this work we present Continue reading →

Fluorescence-guided photoimmunotherapy for peritoneal carcinomatosis

Published in: SPIE BIOS 2024 Authors: Barry Liang, Sumiao Pang, Robert Perttilä, Chen-Hua Ma, Payal Srivastava, Brandon Gaitan, Aaron Sorrin, Nada Fadul, Idrisa Rahman, Zoe Ylöniemi, Dana Roque, Tayyaba Hasan, Petteri Uusimaa, Huang-Chiao Huang Peritoneal metastasis, incomplete resection, and drug resistance render advanced-stage ovarian cancer virtually incurable with current surgical and chemotherapy approaches. Photoimmunotherapy is increasingly used to treat unresectable metastases, but many innovations are lost in translation due to heterogeneous treatment effects. This study integrates targeted nanotechnology, fluorescence-guided intervention, and a medical laser system to Continue reading →

Automated drug detection and dynamic measurement prioritization with medical laser platform

Published in: SPIE BIOS 2024 Authors: Henri Auvinen, Lassi Luokkanen, Zoe Ylöniemi, Natalia Leinonen, Ana Colucci, Petteri Uusimaa Monitoring treatment through spectral data enables adjusting treatment in real-time for each patient separately, in line with the trend for personalized medicine. Modulight ML7710 laser can simultaneously measure spectral data from up to 8 different locations in tumor tissue. The laser with this optical monitoring feature is currently being tested in glioblastoma trials in Germany where patients receive photoimmunotherapy and treatment is tailored through spectral monitoring of Continue reading →

Application notes

Distributed Bragg Reflector (DBR) Laser Diodes

Introduction to DRB lasers Distributed Bragg Reflector (DBR) laser diodes are a class of single-frequency monolithic semiconductor lasers. Monolithic semiconductor lasers in general are small in size, mechanically robust, and have good power conversion efficiency. They also provide opportunities for hybrid integration with photonic integrated circuits (PICs). This application note provides an overview of DBR lasers, their principles of operation, their modal behavior, and their diverse applications. Principles of DBR Laser Operation A DBR laser is a semiconductor laser with one or several quantum wells Continue reading →

Light-induced drug delivery with indocyanine green liposomes

Customer case Faculty of Pharmacy at University of Helsinki is specialized in top-level pharmaceutical research. Multidisciplinary research fields include clinical pharmacy, experimental drugs, nanomedicines, and pharmaceutical drug design. Drug delivery unit led by Professor Arto Urtti focuses on design and testing of advanced drug delivery systems especially for ocular indications. Light is studied as an important tool to control the drug delivery to the target tissues. Modulight products: ML6600 (810 nm) + Modulight in vitro illumination kit (MLAKIT) Professor Arto Urtti   Senior Pharmaceutical Researcher Tatu Continue reading →

Fluorescence imaging & endoscopy for tumor visualization and diagnostics

Introduction to fluorescence imaging Fluorescence is a phenomenon where substance that has absorbed certain wavelength of light emits it back at another wavelength. These substances are called fluorophores or fluorescent dyes. The emitted light has a longer wavelength than the absorbed one since some energy of the photon is lost in the process. The difference in wavelengths between absorbed and emitted light, called Stokes shift, allows very low background for fluorescence detection by separating it from the excitation light. The process of fluorescence generation is Continue reading →

Flow cytometry

Introduction Flow cytometry is a widely used method in biomedical research and increasingly also in clinical diagnostics. It is a powerful and rapid technique to analyze physical and chemical properties of single cells or particles as they are suspended in liquid and pass in a narrow line across laser beams. Fluorescence together with scattered laser light is then filtered, detected, and analyzed on the other side of the sample. In addition to analysis, many flow cytometers can also sort and purify cell populations of interest Continue reading →

Light-based enhancement of vaccination in humans

Customer case PCI Biotech is a biopharmaceutical company located in Norway. They are developing a novel light-based technology called photochemical internalization (PCI) that has potential to enhance delivery and efficacy of many types of therapies, including certain chemotherapies, peptide vaccines, and nucleic acid therapies. It can also decrease side effects due to improved spatiotemporal control of the treatment. The technology is currently in a pivotal clinical study for the treatment of inoperable bile duct cancer where PCI with gemcitabine is combined with standard gemcitabine/cisplatin chemotherapy. Continue reading →

Optimizing photosensitizer administration for cancer therapy

Customer case University of Rochester belongs among the nation’s top research universities. Research at the Baran lab focuses on anti-microbial PDT and optical image processing. The aim is to develop methods for utilizing quantitative information from CT, MR and PET imaging for PDT treatment planning as well as in the search of new biomarkers and therapeutic targets. Modulight products: ML7710 (630 & 665 nm) Link to the study: Timothy M. Baran (Ph.D., PI) Laser use: Ongoing clinical Phase 1 safety & feasibility study for methylene Continue reading →

Optimized light delivery in pancreatic cancer

Customer case University of California at Irvine (UCI), founded in 1965, is a Top 10 public university in USA. It is recognized for cutting-edge and innovative scientific research. Modulight products: ML7710 (689 nm) Laser use: Targeted phototherapy studies with photo-immunoconjugates Link to the study: Nzola De Magalhães, Adjunct Assistant Professor   Motivation for the study Efficient light delivery to the whole tumor is one of the main aspects of phototherapy. The efficacy of phototherapy has been demonstrated for several cancers via superficial illumination. Interstitial illumination could Continue reading →

Light penetration depth in brain with different photosensitizers

Customer case Research by: University of Maryland, Optical Therapeutics & Nanotechnology Laboratory led by Prof. Huang. Research focuses on precision cancer nanomedicine, drug delivery strategies, overcoming cancer resistance, mechanism-based combination therapies, site-directed photochemistry and fluorescence diagnostics. Modulight has started a joint R&D program with Dr. Huang lab to study novel EGFR-targeted combination therapy/diagnostic agent PIC-Nal-IRI developed by Huang lab. Modulight products: ML6600 laser system (635 nm and 689 nm). Professor Huang-Chiao Huang Laser use: Targeted photodynamic therapy/photoimmunotherapy with benzoporphyrin derivative (BPD) & 5-aminolevulinic acid (5-ALA) photosensitizers. Continue reading →

Multimodal imaging microscope for tissue engineering applications

Customer case Research by: Computational biophysics and imaging research group at Tampere University. Research topics include development of bioimaging, analysis and biophysics based in-silico tools for new personalized treatments and diagnostics. Modulight products: ML6600 (488, 561, and 635 nm) Laser use: Light source for in-house built multimodal 3D imaging microscope used for imaging tissue engineering processes and products.   Professor Jari Hyttinen     Link to the study:   Toni Montonen, Doctoral Researcher     Motivation for the study Tissue engineering is an evolving field of Continue reading →

Light delivery optimization for H&N cancer treatment

Customer case Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center was founded in 1898 as the first institute in the US devoted exclusively to cancer treatment and research. It is also the place where photodynamic therapy (PDT) was developed in the late 1970s by Thomas Dougherty. The PDT center at Roswell Park is a leader in the use of photodynamic therapy for treating different cancers. Research work includes treatment planning and light dosimetry for interstitial and intraoperative PDT to improve the quality of life and survival of cancer patients Continue reading →

Antimicrobial PDT for prosthetic joint infections

Customer case Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital at UCL, Stanmore in London, UK is an internationally leading Centre of Excellence and tertiary referral centre for complex orthopedic conditions. Close collaboration between clinicians and engineers facilitates high-quality research into orthopedic implant fixation and bone regeneration. The focus is on translational themes that include biomaterials, stem cells, the design and follow-up of implants, bone graft substitute materials and implant infections. PDT has been studied as an alternative to antibiotics to more effectively tackle infections following hip & knee Continue reading →

Photothermal therapy with platinum nanoparticles

Customer case Experimental Biophysics and Optical Manipulation research group studies biophysical properties of the cells using advanced optical techniques like optical trapping and nanoscale thermoplasmonics. Biophysical studies include the dynamics of plasma membrane, the effect of proteins on the membrane mechanisms of plasma membrane ruptures. Another important research area is photothermal therapy (PTT) using near-infrared laser to heat metallic nanoparticles. This heating of nanoparticles is also studied to deliver RNA therapeutics into the tumor tissue.  PET imaging is used to monitor treatment effects. Modulight products: ML6600 Continue reading →

Laser-Sharp Research

Modulight Spotlights: LASER-SHARP RESEARCH – January 2024

Modulight Spotlights: LASER-SHARP RESEARCH – January 2024 Phototherapy is widely established treatment for skin diseases like actinic keratosis, cutaneous infections, and skin tumors, resulting in excellent cosmetic outcomes. However, some clinically used light sensitizing drugs have drawbacks such as limited penetration depth and high painfulness to patient. In a new study by Andreea Burloiu and the teams at Carol Davila University of Medicine and Pharmacy, new photoactivated drugs were developed for treatment of skin diseases. ML6600 laser with MLAKIT was used to evaluate the effect Continue reading →

Modulight Spotlights: LASER-SHARP RESEARCH – December 2023

Modulight Spotlights: LASER-SHARP RESEARCH – December 2023 Organic compounds are one of the leading causes of water pollution. Rhodamine 6G is a commonly used dye in the food and textile industries and can cause cancer when consumed in contaminated water. To tackle this problem, Professor T. Nyokong’s team at Rhodes University studied photocatalysis with ML7710 for degrading rhodamine, and showed increased degradation efficiency when photocatalysis was combined with ultrasound (sonocatalysis). This Laser-Sharp study offers a new method for more efficient degradation of organic pollutants for environmental Continue reading →

Modulight Spotlights: LASER-SHARP RESEARCH – November 2023

Modulight Spotlights: LASER-SHARP RESEARCH – November 2023 The development of modern antibiotics is recognized as one of the major achievements of medicine and has saved millions of lives. However, many infectious agents have developed resistance to antibiotics over time, and defining new antibiotic targets has been difficult since very few genes are essential for pathogens. To combat this growing problem, Professor Timothy Haystead’s team at Duke University developed a novel light-based antimicrobial strategy that targets non-essential enzyme on the surface of bacteria. Light activation was Continue reading →

Modulight Spotlights: LASER-SHARP RESEARCH – October 2023

Modulight Spotlights: LASER-SHARP RESEARCH – October 2023 ​Antimicrobial resistance is an increasing healthcare problem, with new effective treatment strategies urgently needed. Professor Mitsunaga and team at The Jikei University Medical School, Japan, describe a promising treatment called photoimmuno-antimicrobial strategy (PIAS) in a new Nature publication. Detailed instructions how to design and implement the treatment are given, with Modulight’s ML7710 and ML6600 series lasers validated for drug activation in the protocol. This treatment enables targeted elimination of different microbes, regardless of the species or drug resistance Continue reading →

Modulight Spotlights: LASER-SHARP RESEARCH – September 2023

Modulight Spotlights: LASER-SHARP RESEARCH – September 2023 Head & neck cancer is world’s sixth most common cancer, with increasing incidence and poor survival. A new study by P. Enzian & R. Rahmanzadeh at University of Lübeck, studied combining chemotherapy with photochemical internalization for more effective H&N cancer treatment in vitro. Photochemical internalization using photosensitizer fimaporfin, activated with Modulight’s ML6600 laser, was shown to increase drug’s efficacy by means of better drug delivery inside the cells. As a result, tumor cell death was achieved using 20-fold Continue reading →

Modulight Spotlights: LASER-SHARP RESEARCH – August 2023

Modulight Spotlights: LASER-SHARP RESEARCH – August 2023 Interleukin 15 (IL-15) is promising candidate for cancer immunotherapy, since it is an inducer of differentiation and proliferation of killer T cells and NK cells. A new study by Fukushima et al. at NCI, published in Molecular Cancer Therapeutics, shows increase in therapeutic efficacy in vivo when IL15 was combined with photoimmunotherapy using ML7710 laser system. Intratumoral injection of IL-15 also boosted the immune responses against both the primary tumor as well as abscopal effect eradicating distant, untreated tumor.​ ​​ Read original publication Modulight Continue reading →

Press releases

Modulight Announces Involvement in GlioLighT Project for Glioma Treatment

Modulight is pleased to announce its participation in the GlioLighT project, aimed at developing new treatment options for gliomas. This project has received substantial funding of approximately EUR 2.2 million over three years from the European Innovation Council's Pathfinder program. The GlioLighT project partners include Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, Aston University in Birmingham, the University of Barcelona, LMU Munich, and MODUS Research and Innovation Ltd. The budgetary allotment of the project for Modulight is about EUR 400,000 over the duration of the project. Gliomas, known Continue reading →

Modulight Forges Strategic Partnership with Laser 2000 UK for Market Expansion in the UK and Ireland

Modulight is pleased to announce a sales partnership with Laser 2000 UK Ltd, a renowned reseller of laser-based solutions in the UK and Ireland. The partnership marks a significant step in expanding Modulight's presence in the UK and Irish markets, leveraging Laser 2000 UK's established customer base, broad sales team, and technical expertise. Under this collaboration, Laser 2000 UK will integrate Modulight's cutting-edge laser technologies into their diverse range of photonics solutions. This synergy is expected to enrich Laser 2000 UK's system solutions offering, particularly Continue reading →

Modulight launches ML6600 for Flow Cytometry and Quantum Computing

Next week at Photonics West 2024, Modulight will unveil significant new additions to the ML6600 laser solution platform. These new innovations include a specialized laser engine tailored for Flow Cytometry applications, and advanced DBR laser cores designed specifically for the Quantum Computing market. Our #LaserFamily are presenting 11 conference papers plus participating in a technical panel, across the Photonics West conferences BIOS, OPTO, LASE and QUANTUM WEST. You can see the list here. ML6600 for Flow Cytometry – Laser engine with active beam steering The newest product utilizing the ML6600 platform is a specialized laser engine for the Continue reading →

Pioneering study confirms benefits of Modulight’s technology and photoimmunotherapy for ovarian cancer

A study published in Science Advances has for the first time scientifically demonstrated the potential of fluorescence-guided photoimmunotherapy enabled with Modulight's laser platform and cloud technology. The study, a collaboration between the University of Maryland (UMD) and Modulight, confirms the benefits of targeted nanomedicine, Modulight’s medical laser system, and fluorescence-guided intervention in both achieving better treatment outcomes and predicting tumor response. "We have already published over a hundred scientific articles on our website from world-leading research groups that have used Modulight products in their studies. This Continue reading →

World Congress organized by Modulight and the International Photodynamic Association brings world leading experts in Photodynamic therapy to Tampere

During this week, Tampere Hall will be filled with experts and scientists in photodynamic therapy as the international congress organized by Modulight gets underway. The biennial congress, the scientific content of which are carefully screened by the International Photodynamic Association (IPA), will give medical researchers, and doctors the opportunity to share their ideas, research results and new discoveries in the field of medicine and technology. The congress, which starts on Monday 10 July, will be opened by Anna-Kaisa Ikonen, Minister of Local Government of Finland, Continue reading →

Bausch + Lomb and Modulight Announce FDA Approval of ML6710i Photodynamic Laser for Use with Bausch + Lombs VISUDYNE (Verteporfin for Injection)

Modulight Investor Contacts: Ulla Haapanen ulla.haapanen@modulight.com (408) 218-7960 Modulight Media Contacts: Zoe Ylöniemi zoe.yloniemi@modulight.com (408) 239-3488 Bausch + Lomb Investor Contacts: Arthur Shannon/Allison Ryan arthur.shannon@bausch.com allison.ryan@bausch.com (877) 354-3705 (toll free); (908) 927-0735 Bausch + Lomb Media Contacts: Lainie Keller/Kristy Marks lainie.keller@bausch.com kristy.marks@bausch.com (908) 927-1198; (908) 927-0683 Bausch + Lomb and Modulight Announce FDA Approval of ML6710i Photodynamic Laser for Use with Bausch + Lomb’s VISUDYNE® (Verteporfin for Injection) VAUGHAN, Ontario and TAMPERE, Finland, Feb. 1, 2023 – Bausch + Lomb Corporation (NYSE/TSX: BLCO) (“Bausch + Lomb”), a leading global Continue reading →

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2010–2015

16 Sep 2015 Rising star in immunotherapy competition »

28 Jan 2015 Modulight launches the world’s first multi indication CE and ETL certified medical laser »

09 Sep 2014 Modulight ML7710-PDT laser platform CB testing completed »

30 Jan 2014 Modulight broadens their OEM laser system family to single-mode and multi-wavelength laser modules »

14 Nov 2013Modulight launches a product family for photodynamic therapy »

29 Aug 2013Modulight launches a turnkey OEM laser system platform to photodynamic therapy »

20 Jun 2013Kalle Palomaki nominated to Modulight Board »

28 Jan 2013Modulight launches new 1W RGB LimeLight laser modules with the smallest form factor in the industry »

01 Nov 2012Medical Design Briefs: Therapeutic Laser Systems Improve Quality of Life and Save in Healthcare »

17 Apr2012Modulight receives a contract for manufacturing CE certified medical laser systems for cancer therapy »

15 Nov 2011Modulight expands LimeLight product family with blue wavelength »

06 Oct 2011Modulight receives ISO 13485:2003 certification for medical laser manufacturing »

19 May 2011Modulight releases multi-chip red laser modules for industrial, display and medical applications »

20 Jan 2011LimeLight laser systems on display in Photonics West at booth #4635 »

13 Jan 2011Modulight adds features and scales up power from FiberLight product platform »

11 Nov 2010Modulight releases OEM laser systems for medical and industrial applications »

16 Sep 2010Modulight releases high-power single-mode lasers at 1310-1650nm for OTDR »

25 Aug 2010Modulight celebrates 10 years anniversary with 35% growth in business »

26 May 2010Modulight welcomes summer by releasing a series of colourful and powerful mounted single-emitters »

30 Apr 2010Modulight appoints new partners in Italy and Singapore »


2008–2009

10 Dec 2009Modulight turning Christmas all red, by adding new red lasers to ChiliLase product »

21 Oct 2009Modulight lasers launched to space on ESA’s SMOS satellite mission »

06 Oct 2009Modulight appoints distribution partner in the United Kingdon and Republic of Ireland »

20 May 2009Modulight establishes distribution partner in China and wins new contract for laser display application »

14 May 2009Modulight celebrates spring by releasing a series of colourful Butterfly lasers »

02 Apr 2009Modulight announces 7 Watt 635nm Conduction Cooled Diode Laser; Applications include Laser Display, Medical, and Illumination »

26 Jan 2009Modulight “FiberLight”, the platform for fiber-coupled high-power lasers from 635 nm to 1550 nm »

14 Nov 2008Modulight introduces “SparkLight”, the turnkey platform for high-power lasers »

06 Nov 2008Modulight scales up power to 20 W at 1470 nm »

11 Sep 2008Modulight receives 2008 Frost & Sullivan Award for North American Laser Diode Emerging Company of the Year »

04 Sep 2008A new generation of high-power collimated laser modules shines from Modulight »

28 Aug 2008Modulight introduces 1470 nm high-power lasers »

19 Jun 2008Modulight introduces 830 nm high-power lasers »

29 May 2008Modulight to continue supply agreement with Vaisala for meteorological applications »

08 May 2008Modulight to develop high-brightness pump laser technology for European Space Agency »

06 Mar 2008Modulight’s RangerLase provides up to 20 W laser power at 1550 nm »

01 Feb 2008ROAD MONITORING: Laser systems monitoring slipperiness of roadways (Laser Focus World, February 2008) »




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