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Laura Marshall, Managing Editor, laura.marshall@photonics.com

Some bright lights are making very early contributions to photonics.

They’re making headlines for solving theoretical and real-world problems – and they haven’t celebrated their 20th birthdays yet.

These teens are fighting cancer, studying optical materials, inventing new photonic devices, advising President Obama on science issues and more – even tackling the problem of attracting students into STEM careers.

This year’s “Ones to Watch” list recognizes a number of young people who will likely help shape the future of photonics and, in so doing, help shape all our futures.

Photonics Spectra
Aug 2013
AmericasArjun NairAsia-PacificBasic ScienceBiophotonicsCaliforniaCanadaEuropeFeaturesGermanyHenry LinimagingIndianaJacob BarnettJana HuismanKelly ZhangLouisianaopticsRaquel RedshirtRichard TurereRitankar Daslasers

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