Lightwave Logic commences independent testing

APRIL 10, 2008 -- The University of Arizona College of Optical Sciences is performing independent tests to determine the parameters necessary for the fabrication of Lightwave Logic's prototype fiber-optic modulators.

APRIL 10, 2008 -- Lightwave Logic Inc. (search for Lightwave Logic), developer of electro-optic polymer materials for high-speed fiber-optic telecommunications and optical computing applications, today announced that it has delivered its electro-optic material to the University of Arizona College of Optical Sciences for independent tests. The company says these tests will determine the parameters necessary for the fabrication of its initial prototype fiber-optic modulators.

The College of Optical Sciences at the University of Arizona, which has performed testing on Lightwave Logic's electro-optic polymer materials in the past, is internationally recognized for its preeminent research activities in all areas of optics and photonics, say Lightwave Logic representatives.

"The independent tests being performed at the University of Arizona will support the efforts of our partner, Photon-X, in its process of fabricating our initial prototype fiber-optic modulator," reports Hal Bennett, CEO of Lightwave Logic Inc. "I am excited that our testing is being performed at one of the best research facilities in the world," he adds.

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