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Alfalight Gets $3.8M From DARPA - Funding has increased to $8.5 Million

MADISON, Wis. . The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), has awarded Alfalight a $3.9 million grant for Research and Development under the DARPA Super High Efficiency Diode Source (SHEDS) program. There are options that could increase the funding to a total award of $5.3 million.



Source:wistechnology.com By Mike Klein 10/06/03


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