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Controlling the growth and assembly of nanoparticles with light

Controlling growth assembly of nanoparticles with light
Controlling the growth and assembly of nanoparticles with light
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Investigating chiroptical effects in gold nanostructures

Investigating chiroptical effects in gold nanostructures
Investigating chiroptical effects in gold nanostructures
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Manufacturing large 3D photonic crystals from flexible films

Manufacturing large 3D photonic crystals from flexible films
Manufacturing large 3D photonic crystals from flexible films
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Following the growth of single nanoparticles with fast spectroscopy

Following the growth of single nanoparticles with fast spectroscopy
Following the growth of single nanoparticles with fast spectroscopy
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Plasmonics in a nano-gap: quantum kissing

Plasmonics in a nano-gap: quantum kissing
Plasmonics in a nano-gap: quantum kissing
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Colour shaping with a micro-projector chip

Colour shaping with a micro-projector chip
Colour shaping with a micro-projector chip
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Microdroplets

Microdroplets
Microdroplets
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