Larry Dalton on Photonics and Electro-Optics

May 16th, 2007 |
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Dr. Larry Dalton, Distinguished Professor of Chemistry at the George B. Kauffman Professor of Chemistry & Electrical Engineering at the University of Washington and Nobel Prize nominee, talks about his work with polymers, photonics and electro-optics.

Electro-optics and photonics play an enormous role in our lives. However, people know little about them. As Dalton explains, “In the future, electro-optic technology could play a critical role in next generation defense, computer transportation, medicine, entertainment, information technology, communications and energy.”

Dalton’s research projects can be found at

This podcast is redistributed with permission from Lumera Corporation as part of their series on nanotechnology.

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