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University features our chiral plasmonic nanostructures

last modified May 19, 2014 02:40 PM

Our work using twisted metal nanostructures and their potential uses has been featured as a research highlight by the university. Shining circularly polarised light onto chiral nanostructures could potentially help sift out "evil twins" of medicines. For more information, please click here!

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