A Madison Heights man who aimed a green laser at a helicopter has been sentenced to a year and a day in prison.
A laser developed at the University of Michigan is designed to melt fat without burning surrounding tissue. It could potentially be used to treat acne, researchers say.
Warren-based Westbrook Engineering Co., exclusive Michigan distributor of the revolutionary CY Fiber Optic Laser, will be demonstrating the cost saving machinery at its location at 23501 Mound Road July 26, 27 and 28.
Protecting helicopters in combat from heat-seeking missiles is the goal of new laser technology created at the University of Michigan and Omni Sciences Inc., a UM spinoff company. “Battlefield terrain in places like Afghanistan and […]
Rofin-Sinar Technologies Inc. (Nasdaq: RSTI), the industrial laser maker with headquarters in Plymouth and Hamburg, Germany, reported net income of $9.7 million or 33 cents a share in its third fiscal quarter ended June 30, […]
Cardiologists at Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak were the first in Michigan to use a new investigational laser device that may improve long-term effectiveness of ablation, a procedure for treating a common heart rhythm condition […]
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