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February 17th, 2003

An aerial for light

Abstract:
A team under Professor Franz Aussenegg at the University of Graz in Austria is looking into unusual interactions between light and submicroscopic metal particles. The physicists findings represent a major advance towards the development of improved data storage media and optical sensors.

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* AlphaGalileo

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