Arthur H. Guenther and Daniel M. Hull
Advances can be achieved most effectively in high-technology fields such as laser electro-optics only if an adequate, well-trained work force exists. In the formative years of the early 1960's, research and development in laser technology was conducted primarily by engineers and physicists.
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