Like a moth emerging from a cocoon, silk-based devices—optically versatile and friendly to biological systems—are poised to take flight in a range of new, innovative applications.
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Matthew B. Applegate, Mark A. Brenckle, Benedetto Marelli, Hu Tao, David L. Kaplan, and Fiorenzo G. Omenetto, "Silk: A Different Kind of “Fiber Optics”," Optics & Photonics News 25(6), 28-35 (2014)
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