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Fundamentally Different Photonics - LIGHT MATTERS 03.2018



On this month's episode of Light Matters, we take you to the South by Southwest (SXSW) Trade Show in Austin, Texas, as new photonics innovations hit the show floor of the Austin Convention Center. And, you'll meet a group of researchers at MIT who are storing information on individual particles of light to create a new generation of computers. We also introduce you to Sarah Boisvert, author of The New Collar Workforce, as she describes the new type of skilled workers needed to keep up with ever-changing technology.

Watch Light Matters Extra at: https://www.photonics.com/VideoGallery.aspx?VCID=3&VMID=372

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