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Beacons: Lighting the Skies Over New England - LIGHT MATTERS 06.2017



A beacon of light now shines at the highest point in Massachusetts, located in the historic Berkshires — it can be seen from as far as 75 miles away! A city nearby is illuminating these skies, as well, with some special messages in morse code. On this month's edition of Light Matters,we'll take you there! And we also explore how a synthetic material developed by scientists in Finland can produce sunlight-mimicking luminescence, and at a much lower cost than traditional methods. And learn how to honor industry stars with the Photonics Media Industry Beacons awards program! Visit https://www.photonics.com/Survey.aspx?SurveyID=1121 to submit your nominations.

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