Edwin Cartlidge, Patricia Daukantas, Meeri Kim, Molly Moser, William Schulz and Stewart Wills
Quantum optics meets enzyme biology / Machine-learning microscope / Fiber maps subsea faults / Cellulose-based optical fiber / Transparent solar cells / LEDs save sea turtles / Scientists return to China / Record sales for Zeiss / Optical tweezers for scattering media
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Publish Date: 01 February 2020
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