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The SLIR is a French research institute and government laboratory, founded at the end of the 1970s to coordinate the development of night vision equipment for the French army. The SLIR is part of the LETI, a collection of government laboratories specialized in applied research. The LETI's mission is to work in close collaboration with the national industry and transfer mature and exploitable technologies to it. The SLIR was the first laboratory to grow HgCdTe by molecular beam epitaxy.

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