Many optic and photonic companies,
research and educational
institutions, and societies now have Web sites that provide useful information to users. The majority of these sites belong to North American, European, and Japanese organizations.
Australia has a small economy by comparison, but has recently seen emerging activity in photonics. This column reviews some of the current photonic activities
in Australia, referencing those
with Web sites, so interested readers can contact them.
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Publish Date: 01 June 1998
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