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Binding Light in Optics and Photonics - LIGHT MATTERS 11.2017

Tune into this month's edition of Light Matters for 'Part 1' of an exclusive interview with SPIE CEO, Eugene Arthurs, as he speaks about his upcoming retirement. We’ll also take you to Rochester, N.Y., for the Luminate Lightning Awards, and introduce you to the 10 finalists competing in the world’s largest optics, photonics, and imaging accelerator focused on advancing next generation OPI-enabled start-up companies. And, a photophysical discovery at Rice University and the University of Miami could facilitate better drug treatment for Alzheimer's disease. We’ll tell you more on the November edition of Light Matters.

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