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Power to Go: Lincoln Lab–MIT collaboration challenges batteries with solar cells and a miniature burner
Lincoln Laboratory Journal / Vol. 17, No. 1 / November 2007 / pg. xx / view site
Pump on a Chip: A microfluidic lab-on-a-chip moves tiny volumes of fluids around on a silicon chip without the use of external pumps and valves
Lincoln Laboratory Journal / Vol. 17, No. 1 / November 2007 / pg. xx / view site
Shadowy Work: Arrays of telescopes figure out what satellites are doing by looking at their silhouettes
Lincoln Laboratory Journal / Vol. 17, No. 1 / November 2007 / pg. xx / view site
Small Packages: A new way to squeeze compound semiconductors onto silicon chips promises smaller, more efficient microelectronics
Lincoln Laboratory Journal / Vol. 17, No. 1 / November 2007 / pg. xx / view site
Product Focus: Optical Design Software
Nature Photonics / Vol. 1/No. 10 / October 2007 / pp. 598-599 / view site
"Dirty" silicon could spread solar energy
OE Magazine / Nov/Dec 2005 / pg. 5
Agilent sales mark "end of an era"
OE Magazine / Nov/Dec 2005 / pg. 10
Growth in microelectronics, flat panels makes materials processing lasers more attractive
OE Magazine / August 2005 / pg. 36
Most US federal research spending likely to drop in 2006
OE Magazine / August 2005 / pg. 12
Spectroscopy systems become smaller, cheaper, easier to use
OE Magazine / Nov/Dec 2005 / pg. 37
DPSS lasers aim for right combination of power, wavelength, and cost
OE Magazine / October 2005 / pg. 37
Energy bill authorizes $350 million for solid-state lighting development
OE Magazine / October 2005 / pg. 10
Laser pulses deep into the ultraviolet could lead to new levels of spectroscopy
OE Magazine / October 2005 / pg. 5 / view site
Approved fusion project will need metrology equipment from photonics industry
OE Magazine / September 2005 / pg. 11
Mirror, mirror off the shelf
OE Magazine / September 2005 / pg. 37
Supercooled superfluid could lead to novel understanding of matter
OE Magazine / September 2005 / pg. 6 / view site
Reversing index of refraction helps researchers beat diffraction limit
OE Magazine / August 2005 / pg. 8 / view site
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

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