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Authors: HECHT J
Citation: J. Hecht, OPTICAL SWITCHING PROMISES CURE FOR TELECOMMUNICATIONS LOGJAM, Laser focus, 34(9), 1998, pp. 69-72

Authors: HECHT J
Citation: J. Hecht, FIBER LASERS PROVE VERSATILE, Laser focus, 34(7), 1998, pp. 73

Authors: HECHT J
Citation: J. Hecht, PLANNED SUPER-INTERNET BANKS ON WAVELENGTH-DIVISION MULTIPLEXING, Laser focus, 34(5), 1998, pp. 103-105

Authors: HECHT J
Citation: J. Hecht, WHAT CAN YOU DO WITH FEMTOSECOND PULSES, Laser focus, 34(11), 1998, pp. 61

Authors: HECHT J
Citation: J. Hecht, LIFES BIG BREAK, New scientist, (2140), 1998, pp. 10-10

Authors: HECHT J
Citation: J. Hecht, FROSTY TRITON BASKS IN HEATWAVE, New scientist, (2140), 1998, pp. 11-11

Authors: HECHT J
Citation: J. Hecht, FISH SWAM IN FEAR - A GIANT CROCODILE-LIKE DINOSAUR ONCE STALKED AFRICA RIVERS, New scientist (1971), 160(2161), 1998, pp. 5-5

Authors: HECHT J
Citation: J. Hecht, UNDER PRESSURE - SUBTERRANEAN WATER MAY TRIGGER REPEATED QUAKES, New scientist (1971), 160(2161), 1998, pp. 7-7

Authors: HECHT J
Citation: J. Hecht, STORM WARNING, New scientist (1971), 160(2161), 1998, pp. 20-21

Authors: HECHT J
Citation: J. Hecht, SMOKE GETS IN YOUR ICE, New scientist (1971), 160(2159), 1998, pp. 26-26

Authors: HECHT J
Citation: J. Hecht, HOLES IN THE NET - AN AGING TELEPHONE NETWORK MAY SCUPPER OUR DIGITALDREAMS, New scientist (1971), 160(2159), 1998, pp. 63-63

Authors: HECHT J
Citation: J. Hecht, FASTER THAN A SPEEDING LIGHT-BEAM, New scientist (1971), 160(2158), 1998, pp. 10-10

Authors: HECHT J
Citation: J. Hecht, HIDDEN LAKES COULD HARBOR MARTIAN LIFE, New scientist (1971), 160(2157), 1998, pp. 6-6

Authors: HECHT J
Citation: J. Hecht, A PLANET IS BORN, New scientist (1971), 160(2157), 1998, pp. 22-22

Authors: HECHT J
Citation: J. Hecht, WORMS DIG HOLES IN EVOLUTIONARY IDEAS, New scientist (1971), 160(2155), 1998, pp. 6-6

Authors: HECHT J
Citation: J. Hecht, TO THE RESCUE - A HELICOPTER PLUCKS GIANT TORTOISES FROM PATH OF LAVAFLOWS, New scientist (1971), 160(2155), 1998, pp. 13-13

Authors: HECHT J
Citation: J. Hecht, BRANCHING OUT - HANGING ABOUT MAY HAVE GIVEN BATS ANCESTORS A GOOD IDEA, New scientist (1971), 160(2155), 1998, pp. 14-14

Authors: HECHT J
Citation: J. Hecht, SMALL BITE MAKES BIG IMPRESSION, New scientist (1971), 160(2155), 1998, pp. 15-15

Authors: HECHT J
Citation: J. Hecht, GEOGRAPHY SHIFTS IN THE WAKE OF THE STORM, New scientist (1971), 160(2155), 1998, pp. 16-16

Authors: HECHT J
Citation: J. Hecht, STARQUAKE TURNED NIGHT INTO DAY, New scientist (1971), 160(2154), 1998, pp. 5-5

Authors: HECHT J
Citation: J. Hecht, DEEP IMPACT, New scientist (1971), 160(2154), 1998, pp. 11-11

Authors: HECHT J
Citation: J. Hecht, THE HOLE TRUTH, New scientist, 159(2153), 1998, pp. 6-6

Authors: HECHT J KOCH E
Citation: J. Hecht et E. Koch, DISAPPEARING WORLDS - FOCUS - FOSSIL SITES THAT HAVE SURVIVED FOR MILLIONS OF YEARS ARE BEING DESTROYED - THEY SHOULD BE PROTECTED - BUT HOW, New scientist, 159(2153), 1998, pp. 18-19

Authors: HECHT J
Citation: J. Hecht, BY JOVE - JUPITERS RINGS ARE MADE OF MOONDUST, New scientist, 159(2152), 1998, pp. 10-10

Authors: HECHT J
Citation: J. Hecht, FATAL FALLOUT, New scientist, 159(2151), 1998, pp. 13-13
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