Helping eyes heal themselves; slow-light silicon chips;
laser technique for moving particles; optical clock for
measuring relativity; optical aspects of graphene.
Patricia Daukantas and Yvonne Carts-Powell
12 Year in Review
Tripping the laser fantastic: A look back at LaserFest 2010.
14 Optical Engineering
Using rapid prototyping for lens mounts.
T. Scott Rowe
16 Career Focus
Finding the right graduate-level internship.
18 Global Optics
Photonics in Europe.
20 The History of OSA
Presidents of the early 1950s.
John N. Howard
Courtesy of OSA
58 In Memory
Remembering OSA Fellows Carl R. Ingling,
Norman J. Brown Jr. and Raymond N. Smartt.
4 President’s Message
54 OSA Today
56 Book Reviews
60 Product Profiles
64 After Image
Ottawa Hospital Research Institute
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