RT @Photoniques_edp: ??Enjoy the international issue 113 of Photoniques: "#Optical frequency combs", that inaugurates the section "Lab work"…
May 20 2022 5:21pm
@Photoniques_edp @NicolasBonod @sfoptique Great special edition about Frequency-combs??. A major application for the… https://t.co/UzkwOOXbN5
May 20 2022 9:44am
Great news for Switzerland and the space industry !!! https://t.co/M1vvo9c7h2
May 17 2022 4:20pm
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