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Squeezed Light & Laser DNA Insertion - LIGHT MATTERS 08.14.2013

-Squeezed Light -Laser DNA Insertion -Detecting Air Turbulance This week on Light Matters: Squeezed light is created on silicon, a laser inserts DNA into cells with a light touch, and invisible air turbulence is detected with lasers. Light Matters is the Photonics Industry’s only weekly newscast and is hosted by Photonics Media editors Melinda Rose & Laura Marshall.

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