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Contents: June 2005 edition

03 Jun 2005

INNOVATION

Technium energizes Welsh entrepreneurs

Photonics in North Wales is being given a new lease of life, thanks to a technology centre with bold plans. Oliver Graydon pays a visit.

CHIP MANUFACTURE

Extreme UV lithography preserves Moore's law

European firms are busy developing the optical equipment that will make the microchips of the future. Rob van den Berg finds out more.

TERAHERTZ TECHNOLOGY

Pharmaceutical industry adopts terahertz waves

John Paul Cerroti, vice-president of product development at Teraview, tells Jacqueline Hewett about applications for the technology.

OPTICAL REFRIGERATION

Laser fridge comes of age

Laser-powered cooling chambers that use light to remove heat could soon be a rival to conventional chillers. Oliver Graydon reports.

INTERVIEW

TRUMPF embraces kilowatt disc laser technology

Jacqueline Hewett spoke to Peter Leibinger about the market prospects for current and next-generation laser technologies.

PRODUCT GUIDE

CMOS cameras rise to speed challenge

Cameras based on CMOS image sensors are proving to be a hit in high-speed imaging. Gerhard Holst describes the latest technology.

SENSORS

All-optical sensing deals with vehicle emissions

Optical technology can help monitor combustion efficiency and tackle the problem of vehicle emissions. James Tyrrell investigates. News
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