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posted in September 2001
Downturn drives students to stay on for optoelectronic PhDs
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9/18/2001   Post a comment
Filling research assistant positions and PhD places has become an easier task, thanks to the downturn.
Polymer amplifier promises cheaper photonics
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9/14/2001   Post a comment
Professor Ifor Samuel of St Andrew's University has developed a semicondunducting polymer that amplifies light by a factor of 1000.
Thinner cladding in lasers points to lower resistance
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9/13/2001   Post a comment
A team made up from researchers at the universities of Cardiff, Glasgow and Sheffield has shown that the thickness of cladding layers in 650nm optical cavity lasers can be halved in high-power structure devices.


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