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Spectroscopy Optics - LIGHT MATTERS 03.13.2013



-Laser Cancer Test -IR Polution Detector -GRIN Wins On today’s show, spectroscopy could lead to better optical devices, a laser test for breast cancer readies for human trials, an IR camera detects the main cause of acid rain, the UK backs funding photonics for health care, and the winner of a student prize has a lot to GRIN about. Light Matters is the Photonics Industry’s weekly newscast and is hosted by Photonics Media editors Melinda Rose & Ashley Rice.

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