Publications by Type

Features -- consumer publications

Silicon photonics: Making the material of computer chips emit light could speed data flow
Technology Review / May 2004 / pg. 45 / view site
A Flare for Prediction
Technology Review / April 2004 / MIT news section, pg. 13 / view site
10 Emerging Technologies: T-Rays
Technology Review / February 2004 / pg. 42 / view site
Holy Grail: Light from Silicon
IEEE Spectrum / January 2004 / pg. 59 / view site
Good-bye, Mister Edison
Discover / November 2002 / pg. 18-19 / view site
Linking with Light
IEEE Spectrum / August 2002 / pp. 32-36
Computing with a Twist
Discover / January 2002 / pp. 21-22 / view site
Greenhouse Effect, R.I.P.
Discover / August 2001 / pp.17-18 / view site
Building a Better Backbone
Technology Review / June 2001 / pp. 40-46
Herwig Kogelnik: 2001 IEEE Medal of Honor recipient
IEEE Spectrum / June 2001 / pp. 42-47
A Leg to Stand On: Will artificial limbs get better than the real thing?
Discover / April 2001 / pp. 24-25 / view site
Bright encounter: Aliens are firing high-powered lasers at the Earth. Don't panic, they're probably just trying to tell us something
New Scientist / Jan. 6, 2001 / pp. 30-32 / view site
LEDs Light the Future
Technology Review / September-October 2000 / pp. 38-44 / view site
A whale of a story: Long before Captain Ahab, Native Americans in Boston may have hunted their own leviathan
The Boston Globe / May 23, 2000
Is there anyone out there?
The Boston Globe / Jan. 17, 2000
Almost blue: Scientists say they can improve the laser if they can find a way to turn it from red to blue
The Boston Globe / Oct. 18, 1999 / p. D1
The Search for the Key to Alzheimer's
New England Booming / April 1998 / p. 15
Journey Across the Cosmos
Astronomy: Explore the Universe / 4th Edition, 1998 / pp. 8-45

Features -- trade publications

Using Functions for Easier Programming
Communications of the ACM / Vol. 61, No. 5 / May 2018 / pp. 29-20 / view site
Always Out of Balance
Communications of the ACM / Vol. 61, No. 4 / April 2018 / pp. 12-14 / view site

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