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October S&TR 2002

October
2002

The Laboratory in the News

Applied Science Is a Hallmark of This Laboratory
Commentary by Hal Graboske

Sending Up Signals for Genetic Variation
In situ rolling circle amplification promises to advance the detection oand treatment of cancer and other diseases.

SiMM Is Anything But Simple
Modules of silicon microchannels and microlenses result in the smallest, most powerful, and least expensive laser diode pumps ever.

World's Most Powerful Solid-State Laser
A new design allows tremendous scaling up of solid-state laser power.

Stepping Up to Extreme Lithography The next generation of computer chips can now be produced on a commercial scale.

Relief for Acute and Chronic Pain
New technology turns an ancient pain management method into a modern medical tool.

Energy and Environment: Understanding Our World
The Laboratory’s energy and environmental research is an important adjunct to its core national security mission.

Patents and Awards

 

 


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  • Sending Up Signals for Genetic Variation
  • (pdf file, 1MB)
    In situ rolling circle amplification promises to advance the detection oand treatment of cancer and other diseases.

  • SiMM Is Anything But Simple
  • (pdf file, 1.5MB)
    Modules of silicon microchannels and microlenses result in the smallest, most powerful, and least expensive laser diode pumps ever.

  • World's Most Powerful Solid-State Laser (pdf file, 1MB)
    A new design allows tremendous scaling up of solid-state laser power.

  • Stepping Up to Extreme Lithography (pdf file, 1MB)
    The next generation of computer chips can now be produced on a commercial scale.

  • Relief for Acute and Chronic Pain (pdf file, 529k)
    The next generation of computer chips can now be produced on a commercial scale.

  • Energy and Environment: Understanding Our World (pdf file, 2.5MB)
  • The Laboratory's energy and environmental research is an important adjunct to its core national security mission.



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