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Lasers & Bacteria: Saving Lives - LIGHT MATTERS 04.2017

Millions of unexploded landmines and ordnance from World War II are still buried in countries around the world, injuring hundreds of thousands of people every year. Now, efforts to detect and remove these explosives are making this much needed work more sophisticated ... and safer. Also this month, Photonics Media announces its plans with CLEO's Tech Transfer program, PCM-22 takes its place as a new wonder material, and we have a roundup of the latest industry headlines with News in Focus.

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