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February 21st, 2003
'Nano-lamp' discovered by coincidence
On a semiconductor chip, one essential element is missing: a lightsource. An integrated lightsource can be very useful, however. In optical telecommunications, for example, or in lab-on-a-chip applications. University of Twente?s Phuong Le Minh developed a nanoscale integrated lightsourse.
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