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December 19th, 2003

Nanowires offer low-loss connection

Low-loss silica nanowires that can guide light around tight corners have been fabricated by a team from the US, China and Japan. The researchers from the University of Harvard, Zhejiang University and Tohoku University say that their wires are promising for building future microphotonic devices. (more on earleir article) And More


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