Russia is known as a global leader in optics research. What’s surprising is the amount
of cutting-edge research being conducted outside major city centers. Sergey Chekalin
refl ects on the history of optics in Russia and describes his experience working on new
optics technologies at Troitsk’s Institute of Spectroscopy
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