By Month (May 2001)

FLIR and GSK Form New CompanyPREMIUM

FLIR Systems and GlaxoSmithKline PLC have agreed to license a novel drug screening technology involving the use of infrared imaging to newly formed Thermogenic Imaging, Inc in exchange for stock in the company.


The shareholders of SOFRADIR are considering whether to establish a separate company for the production of the company’s uncooled focal plane array modules

Northrop Buys Aerojet ElectronicsPREMIUM

Northrop Grumman has signed a definitive agreement to acquire the Electronics and Information Systems Group of Aerojet-General Corporation for $315 million in cash

High-Throughput Drug ScreeningPREMIUM

High Throughput Screening (HTS) is becoming the preferred method for testing new drugs. The techniques typically use a robot to mix target compounds and test reagents

Lead Salt Detectors Make a ComebackPREMIUM

Simultaneous introduction of FPAs by three groups.

Nikon Discontinues PtSi CamerasPREMIUM

Nikon has discontinued sales of its PtSi-based LAIRD infrared cameras.

New Infrared Imaging ProductsPREMIUM


Company BriefsPREMIUM


Government Contract Awards in Infrared ImagingPREMIUM


Government Contract Solicitations in Infrared ImagingPREMIUM


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