Catching light from tiny lasers
from The Charlotte Observer
In research aimed at making computers even smaller and more powerful, two engineers at Duke University in Durham, N.C., have made headway in the quest to control the beams of light generated by tiny lasers. The engineers — Nan Marie Jokerst, professor of electrical and computer engineering, and doctoral student Sabarni Palit — found solutions that could prove particularly useful in battery-powered computers, such as hand-held imaging and diagnostic devices.
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