Our research was reported
by the following media:
 With a view to a chip, Nature Photonics 3, 187 (2009).
 Engineers tune a nanoscale grating structure to trap and release a variety of light waves, Nanotechweb, Feb. 18, 2009.
 Nanoscale structure to trap light waves, Science Mode, Feb. 2009.
 Nanoscale grating manipulates rainbow of light, R&D Magazine, Feb. 18, 2009.
 Light traps could make for speedier circuits, Scientific America, Feb. 2009.
 To catch light, and let it go, requires the right tuning, Lehigh University (News Article), Feb. 2009.
 Grading Structure Traps Light, Photonics Spectra, Feb. 2009.
 Nanoscale grating traps and releases light waves at multiple locations and frequencies, Laser Focus World, Feb. 2009.
 Trapped rainbows could make optical computing a reality, New Scientist, Feb. 11, 2009.
 Overcoming optical obstacles, Resolve, Oct. 2008.
 Slowing terahertz promises all-optical processing, Optics and Laser Europe, July 14, 2008.
 Arrested Rainbow, Photonics Spectra, June, 2008.
 Using a grating with a grade, engineers trap a rainbow, Lehigh University (News Article), June, 2008.