GLOphotonics SAS (or 'GLO' for short) is a spin-out Company set up to commercialise a new sub-assembly optical component - invented at the University of Bath - called the Photonic Microcell™ (or PMC).
The PMC is built upon a disruptive and highly customisable platform technology which GLO believe will revolutionise the laser market. Many of the properties of the PMC are unique opening up new applications and new wavelengths for lasers and laser devices.
GLO are extending the capabilities of the PMC even further by working in partnership with the XLIM Research Institute (which is a joint venture between the University of Limoges and CNRS) and supported by the AVRUL incubator and Limousin Expansion.
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