News from the Society

Stewart Wills

OSA Fellow stories; World Science Day; New York start-up accelerator; Tucson Industrial Affiliates; Light, Energy and Environment Congress; new Honorary Members; awards for Winzer and Leuchs; Invented at Duke; IONS Okinawa; Thanks, volunteers and editors.

Regina Soufli

[Image: Courtesy of R. Soufli]

Early on, Regina Soufli didn’t have a real perception of what it meant to be a scientist. However, this didn’t stop her from becoming an award-winning researcher and the first women at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, USA, to be elected an OSA Fellow. Learn more about Regina and other OSA Fellows at

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