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Very Thin Lasers Could Speed Computers - IEEE Spectrum HOLY MIRRORS! Photonic crystal reflectors are made from a patterned piece of silicon, to keep the profile of a new kind of laser slim.

People on the Beach: That’s what Lim Saw Sing saw in this scanning electron microscope image. Lim, who works at Infineon Technologies’ facility in Kulim, Malaysia, exposed a polyimide surface to etching by reactive ions. The resulting image won first prize at the 2012 IEEE International Symposium on the Physical and Failure Analysis of Integrated Circuits (IPFA 2012). Photo: Lim Saw Sing/Infineon Technologies

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