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Frontiers in Science Lecture on cooling with lasers

DOE/Los Alamos National Laboratory : 10 June, 2006  (Technical Article)
Los Alamos National Laboratory scientist Richard Epstein will describe the unusual and counterintuitive practice of using lasers to cool certain materials at a 'Frontiers in Science'.
Los Alamos National Laboratory scientist Richard Epstein will describe the unusual and counterintuitive practice of using lasers to cool certain materials at a 'Frontiers in Science'.

Epstein, leader of the Laboratory's Solid-State Optical Refrigerator project, will explain the technology, which is being developed for use both in space and on Earth. Early accomplishments of American and French scientists in this field earned them the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1997.
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