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Nano Valentine

last modified Feb 16, 2015 02:47 PM
Accidentally heart-shaped defect in an array of interference lithography nano-pillars
Nano Valentine

tiny heart

NanoPhotonics PhD student Laura Brooks discovers a nano-sized heart whilst working with interference lithography nano-pillars. Although coinciding with Valentine’s day we believe that no hearts were broken during the process!

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