Publications by Date

2005

2-D spectroscopy yields information on how energy moves between molecules
OE Magazine / June/July 2005 / pg. 7 / view site
Low-loss optical switches offer new options for rerouting light
OE Magazine / June/July 2005 / pg. 44
US faces increasing competition from Asia in science and technology
OE Magazine / June/July 2005 / pg. 12
EU falling behind in science, needs more money, says report
OE Magazine / May 2005 / pg. 11
Photonic crystal fibers extend beam-carrying capability to new wavelengths, new applications
OE Magazine / May 2005 / pg. 36
Researchers work to extend semiconductor metrology to features of 40-nm and below
OE Magazine / May 2005 / pg. 7 / view site
Mergers often the answer in topsy-turvy display market
OE Magazine / April 2005 / pg. 12
Nanolatch device touted as possible future of computing
OE Magazine / April 2005 / pg. 8 / view site
Photonics startups see market for deadly agent detectors
OE Magazine / April 2005 / pg. 38
A lower-cost alternative to optical lithography creates smaller features
OE Magazine / March 2005 / pg 37
Fortuitous "accident" captures images of electron flight
OE Magazine / March 2005 / pg. 8 / view site
New center aims to advance immersion, EUV technologies
OE Magazine / March 2005 / pg. 12
Laser makers start building sources to meet the needs of immersion lithography
OE Magazine / February 2005 / pg. 36
Rubber phase mask may lead to cheap method for building photonic crystals
OE Magazine / February 2005 / pg. 8 / view site
Fiber, storage, biomedical seen as growth areas for optoelectronics
OE Magazine / January 2005 / pg. 12
Kuiper an Inventor from Day One
OE Magazine / January 2005 / pg. xx / view site
Silicon Raman laser developed at UCLA
OE Magazine / January 2005 / pg. 8 / view site
Stacked diodes offer higher output for military, commercial applications
OE Magazine / January 2005 / pg. 45

2004

Seeing heart disease more clearly
Technology Review / Nov. 29, 2004 / website / view site
Finding a tight focus
OE Magazine / Nov/Dec 2004 / pg. 32 / view site

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