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Jeremy awarded PICOFORCE ERC Grant

last modified Apr 21, 2020 09:32 AM
PICOFORCE ERC Grant awarded to Nanophotonics Centre

Along with two other Cambridge researchers, Jeremy has been awarded a grant from the prestigious European Research Council.

Extract from the article:

"Baumberg’s PICOFORCE project traps light down to the size of individual atoms which will allow him to invent new ways of tugging them, levitating them, and putting them together. Such work uncovers the mysteries of how molecules and metals interact, crucial for creating energy sustainably, storing it, and developing electronics that can switch with thousands of times less power need than currently.

"This funding recognises the huge need for fundamental science to advance our knowledge of the world – only the most imaginative and game-changing science gets such funding," said Baumberg

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