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March 2006
Laser Focus World;Mar2006, Vol. 42 Issue 3, p37
The article reports global developments related to medical laser industry. Biolase Technology Inc., a manufacturer of laser technologies for applications in dentistry and medicine, is moving its corporate headquarters to Irvine, California. Sherwood Technology has changed its name to DataLase, the name of its process that uses a combination of color change chemistry. Cymer Inc. has celebrated its 20th anniversary by pledging 175,000 to the Jacobs School of Engineering.


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