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October 31st, 2003
Bell Labs Build Novel Semiconductor Laser Using Photonic Crystal
In an experimental tour de force, a team led by scientists from Bell Labs, has built a novel semiconductor laser that may have numerous applications, ranging from advanced optical communications to sensitive chemical detectors. The small size of the new laser, a proof-of-concept device described in an article published today on the Web by the journal Science, may lead to various laser-on-a-chip applications, the researchers say.
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