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Superman Memory Crystal - LIGHT MATTERS 07.17.2013

-Optical Space Communication -Laser Art Restoration -Human Powered Flashlight This week on Light Matters: A crystal-based data storage method might outlast the human race, a collaboration applies a laser imaging technique for melanoma to art, NASA tests technology that could dramatically speed spacecraft communications, and an enterprising student devises a body-heat-activated flashlight. Light matters is the Photonics Industry’s onlyl weekly newscast and ishosted by Photonics Media editors Melinda Rose & Laura Marshall.

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