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Pilots demand laser ban after UK flight incident

The British Airline Pilots Association (BALPA) is calling for tougher legislation to crackdown on the use of lasers after a laser beam forced a

The British Airline Pilots Association (BALPA) is calling for tougher legislation to crackdown on the use of lasers after a laser beam forced a

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Laser scanning trees

Trees do the vital job of absorbing carbon dioxide, which contributes to global warming, and producing oxygen. But at the moment, the only way to

Trees do the vital job of absorbing carbon dioxide, which contributes to global warming, and producing oxygen. But at the moment, the only way to

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Revealed - restoring caryatids in the Acropolis Museum

A caryatid is a sculpture of a woman used to replace a supporting pillar and at the Acropolis Museum in Athens they are restoring the building’s

A caryatid is a sculpture of a woman used to replace a supporting pillar and at the Acropolis Museum in Athens they are restoring the building’s

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South Africa launches new digital laser

Researchers in South Africa have developed a new digital laser which they say will revolutionise laser technology. Since the first laser was

Researchers in South Africa have developed a new digital laser which they say will revolutionise laser technology. Since the first laser was

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Quantel eyes the future of lasers

Lasers are everywhere – from laptops to satellites, they are a vital part of modern life. The power and compact nature of fibre lasers means they

Lasers are everywhere – from laptops to satellites, they are a vital part of modern life. The power and compact nature of fibre lasers means they

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New detection system cuts threat from space junk

Australian scientists have developed a laser system that can detect tiny pieces of space debris. The tens of thousands of pieces of junk that orbit

Australian scientists have developed a laser system that can detect tiny pieces of space debris. The tens of thousands of pieces of junk that orbit

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Healing and sealing with heat

Medical lasers are normally used to create incisions, not heal them. But surgeons at one Israeli hospital are doing exactly that; they’ve developed a

Medical lasers are normally used to create incisions, not heal them. But surgeons at one Israeli hospital are doing exactly that; they’ve developed a