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Nanophotonics on BBC Radio Cambridgeshire's "The Naked Scientists"

last modified Jun 06, 2014 01:34 PM
We've been talking about nanoparticles

Recently we made an appearance on BBC Radio Cambridgeshire's popular science programme "The Naked Scientists". The show allows for interaction with listeners whilst guests are interviewed on their areas of research. In this episode the topic was nanoscience, and three members of NP, Professor Jeremy Baumberg, Dr Richard Bowman and Matthew Millyard were interviewed on the research that we do here, discussing the future of optical nanotechnology including optical sorting of nanoparticles and sensing. The podcast of the programme is available to listen again on "The Naked Scientists' website, here" .

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