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January 23rd, 2003
Nanotubes send light from pillar to post
Light can be shunted around chips using photonic crystals through which certain wavelengths cannot pass. Making them at visible wavelengths has been tricky and expensive, but a new self-assembly approach shows how to do it on the cheap.
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