Media Mentions

October 13th, 2021

The Drill Down Podcast: Ep. 116: Lightwave Logic CEO Dr. Michael Lebby, Lincoln Park, Delta Air Lines, Apple, Berkeley Lights, Alitalia

September 24th, 2021

Lightwave Logic (LWLG) Featured On PIC Magazine

Lightwave Logic (LWLG) is featured on ISSUE III 2021 of PIC Magazine. The company is mentioned in PIC Magazine’s Viewpoint (Page 3). The company’s CEO, Dr. Michael Lebby, wrote an article on hybrid PICs, entitled ”A global internet ecosystem: powered by hybrid PICs”  (Page 24). Dr. Lebby is also quoted on ”Photonic challenges in the next generation of Ethernet” by Ana Gonzalez, & Antonio Raspa From Epic And Jim Theodoras (Page 30).


September 23rd, 2021

European Photonics Industry Consortium Discussion (EPIC) with Jose Pozo, CTO of EPIC

September 10th, 2021

Lightwave Logic (LWLG) CEO On Uplisting to Nasdaq

Lightwave Logic (LWLG) is a technology platform company, leveraging its proprietary technology platform to develop next-generation electro-optic polymers which increase the efficiency of internet infrastructure by converting data into optical signals, allowing more data to be transmitted at significantly higher speeds and with less power than existing solutions. The company’s CEO, Dr. Michael Lebby, weights in on the company stock beginning trading on the Nasdaq on September 1st.


September 10th, 2021

Lightwave Logic, Inc. Rings the Closing Bell

Lightwave Logic, Inc. (Nasdaq: LWLG), a technology platform company leveraging its proprietary electro-optic polymers to transmit data at higher speeds with less power, visits the Nasdaq MarketSite in Times Square.

In honor of the occasion, Michael S. Lebby, CEO, rings the Closing Bell.

Source: NASDAQ

February 22th, 2021

Lightwave Logic advancing its silicon photonic prototypes

The group has been more involved in integrated silicon photonics, which transmits data at higher speeds with less power.


December 17th, 2020

Lightwave Logic develops ‘polymer without a package’ approach for photonic integration

Use of the sealant will enable “a polymer modulator without a package,” which the company says is an important development toward use of the technology in photonic integrated platforms.