Glazed new world

Coupe, George
June 2005
Engineer (00137758);6/13/2005, Vol. 293 Issue 7677, p53
Focuses on the conduct of global research on new applications for glass technology. Award of a grant to the International Materials Institute for New Functionality in Glass by the U.S. National Science Foundation; Examination of novel glass fiber and planar waveguides by the Novel Photonic Glasses Research Group at Nottingham University, England; Establishment of CHG Southampton by researchers at Southampton University, England to make and supply chalcogenide glass.


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