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"Look Through Wood, No X-Ray Vision Required" ran in the New York Times on May 13, 2016. The article details the two step process outlined in the journal Advanced Materials that appeared on May 4, 2016. Lead researcher Liangbing Hu, assistant professor for the Department of Materials Science and Engineering and member of the University of Maryland Energy Research Center (UMERC) and NanoCenter, discusses potential uses for this wood. 

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