Texas Tech professors awarded $2M grant to develop next-gen lasers for military use

Military Technologies - Two Texas Tech University professors recently received a five-year, $2 million grant to advance the development of nanoscale materials that could lead to more compact and powerful high-energy solid-state lasers for use by the military in missile defense systems.

Two Texas Tech University professors recently received a five-year, $2 million grant to advance the development of nanoscale materials that could lead to more compact and powerful high-energy solid-state lasers for use by the military in missile defense systems.

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