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Light and matter in Munich

The continuing rapid progress of quantum information technology was evident from the latest research presented at the CLEO/Europe–IQEC conference in Munich.

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Gevaux, D. Light and matter in Munich. Nature Photon 1, 441–442 (2007).

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