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Optoelectronics & Communications

Nobel prizes remind us why immigration matters

San Jose Mercury-News
7 October 2009

The first six Nobel Prize winners announced this week are U.S. citizens. But four of those winners were born outside the U.S.

Our innovation economy in the United States is increasingly dependent on brainpower from overseas that migrates here to drive the research and discoveries we need to power economic growth.

Full article by Chris O'Brien, San Jose Mercury-News