1. Program Manager Highlights Laser Science, Technology

    Program Manager Highlights Laser Science, Technology

    WASHINGTON | The word “laser” evokes an array of retro-futuristic images, from spy movie villains’ evil schemes to space-age firefights. Howard Schlossberg, Air Force Office of Scientific Research program manager, knows the realities of laser technology. As a graduate student in 1962, only two years after the laser was invented, Schlossberg began his career in the field. In that time, he’s seen the laser develop from a single concentrated beam of visible light from a ruby laser into many different tools useful in medicine, mass production, communications, defense and numerous other fields. Schlossberg participated in a “DoD Live” bloggers roundtable ...

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