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By week's end, more than 4,250 scientists, researchers and developers of technologies that will transform the future had brought their latest advances to SPIE Optics and Photonics. With reports on significant new work in green photonics technologies such as photovoltaics for solar power, and solid-state and organic light-emitting diodes lighting as well as longstanding conferences on nanotechnology, photonics devices, and optical engineering, the event fulfilled its role as a unique synergetic forum for the field.