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A laser is a device that emits light through a process of optical amplification based on the stimulated emission of electromagnetic radiation. The term "laser" ... More »

A History Of The Laser: A Trip Through The Light Fantastic ...


A HISTORY OF THE LASER In honor of the laser turning 50, here is a timeline of some of the more notable scientific accomplishments related to light...

History of the Laser | Photonics.com


History of the Laser. Photonics Media presents a look at milestones in the history of the laser, decade by decade. Click on an entry to see details about the topic.

LaserFest | Early History


Early History. Theory. In 1917, Einstein laid the foundation for the laser when he introduced the concept of stimulated emission; where a photon interacts with an ...

Bright Idea: The First Lasers — A history of discoveries leading to ...


The history of how military demands and physics theories led to the invention of the maser and the ... LaserFest celebrates the 50th anniversary of the first lasers.

History of Lasers - WorldOfLasers.com


History of Lasers and the people who made it. LASER is the acronym for Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation. Albert Einstein first explained  ...

History of Lasers


Picture of Einstein from: http://home.achilles.net/~jtalbot/history/einstein.html ... You can see the first lasers were much smaller then the maser, but they would get ...

Learn More About the History of Lasers - Inventors - About.com


Information on laser history including the Ruby and Maser Laser, Gordon Gould, Arthur Schawlow and Theodore Maiman.

A Story of Invention: the Laser | Intellectual Ventures Laboratory


Mar 11, 2013 ... The laser's history can be traced back to 1900, when Max Plank published his work on the law of radiation, which explained the relationship ...

A Brief History of Lasers - Kigre, Inc.


A Brief History of Lasers: Max Plank published work in 1900 that provided the understanding that light is a form of electromagnetic radiation. Without this.