R&D Magazine and Micro/Nano Newsletter Recognizes Multi-DM's Increased
Stroke and High Resolution
WATERTOWN, Mass., Sept. 10 /PRNewswire/ -- Boston Micromachines Corporation (BMC), a leading provider of MEMS-based deformable mirror (DM) products for adaptive optics (AO) systems, today announced that the latest version of its Multi-DM has been named one of the most innovative products of 2007. In their annual Micro/Nano 25 Awards touting the "technologies of tomorrow," the editors of R&D Magazine and Micro/Nano Newsletter recognized Boston Micromachines for its innovation in developing a deformable mirror that is used for ultra-high resolution retinal imaging which is necessary for the early detection of ocular diseases.
The Micro/Nano 25 Awards are presented to the developers of the most innovative and most groundbreaking products, processes, inventions, discoveries, or innovations in micro- and nanotechnology in the past year, and those having the largest impact on a specific industry or society in general. Boston Micromachines and the other award recipients are featured in the July 2007 issue of Micro/Nano Newsletter and the August 2007 issue of R&D Magazine. For more information and a complete listing of this year's winners, please visit: http://www.rdmag.com/pdf/RD0707_Materials.pdf.
"This prestigious award is another validation of the innovative work we are doing to advance the field of biological imaging, specifically vision science," said Paul Bierden president of Boston Micromachines. "This innovative product will improve imaging so that doctors will have the technology necessary to detect the leading diseases of the eye: glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, and age-related macular degeneration earlier than previously possible."
The new mirror, which is an enhanced version of Boston Micromachines'
flagship product, the Multi-DM, deli
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