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May 27th, 2005
Research round-up: CLEO/QELS
A look at some of the innovations in optics unveiled at CLEO/QELS 2005.
A Caltech team has fabricated a microfluidic circuit that contains a compact optical imager-on-a-chip.
A team from Japan Science and Technology Agency and Tokyo University has managed to align gold nanoparticles on the edge of a Si wedge by controlling particle-substrate and particle-particle interactions with an optical near field.
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