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Popular Science has recognised Inrad Optics' (OTC Bulletin Board: INRD) stilbene crystals with the 2015 Best of What's New Award.
Inrad Optics' stilbene product has received various awards, and was most recently honoured with a 2015 CLEO/Laser Focus World Innovation Award.
KDP crystals are used throughout the electro-optics industry with a number of vendors, such as Cleveland Crystals and Inrad. Rapid growth techniques were developed in a collaboration between Livermore and the Univ.
(U.S.), Olympus Corporation (Japan), Boston Scientific Corporation (U.S.), FUJIFILM Holdings Corporation (Japan), INRAD, Inc.
KD*P crystals are commercially available from INRAD and Cleveland Crystals.
Some of the key manufacturers include Alluxa; Cascade Optical Corporation; Chroma Technology Corporation.; Inrad Optics; Optical Coatings Japan; PPG Industries, Inc.; VIAVI Solutions Inc.; Schott AG; and Abrisa Technologies.