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Thermal Imaging Helps Nab Bomber - LIGHT MATTERS 04.24.2013

-Plasmonic Waves -2000 Sun Power -Reading while Running This week on Light Matters: bad guys can run, but they can’t hide from thermal imaging, on-chip optics makes advances, solar dish pulls in the power of 2000 suns, and a new system lets you read on the run. Light Matters is the Photonics Industry’s weekly newscast and is hosted by Photonics Media editors Laura Marshall & Melinda Rose.

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