Latin American Optics Pushes Forward
Susan M. Reiss
The middle of the 20th century saw the rapid development of the physics community in Latin America, fueled by strong government support, mainly in the area of atomic physics. In the current economic situation, however, all Latin American scientists—including optics researchers—must rely on a mixture of initiative, creativity, and versatility to keep the tradition alive.
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