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Supporting the Photonics Industry from the Laboratory - LIGHT MATTERS 01.2018

On this month's episode of Light Matters, we take you to central Massachusetts as Worcester Polytechnic Institute and Quinsigamond Community College take on a comprehensive joint photonics laboratory project. And tune in to find out how researchers at the University of California Davis are using their fluorescence lifetime imaging techniques to help surgeons and clinicians at UC Davis Medical Center in Sacramento diagnose and treat patients with tumors and cardiovascular disease. We also bring you the final installment of an exclusive interview with outgoing SPIE CEO, Eugene Arthurs. And finally, if you’re attending Photonics West in San Francisco, we want to meet you. Find out how you can meet the Photonics Media Editors at this year's event.

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