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Accidentally heart-shaped defect in an array of interference lithography nano-pillars

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NanoPhotonics PhD wins prize

Anna Lombardi has been awarded The Young Researchers Award for her thesis work, entitled "Linear and ultrafast response of individual multi-material nanoparticles."

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We are recruiting!

Looking for PhD students. Starting in 2015, funded, contact us if interested.

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Giuliana

The American Physical Society honoured Giuliana Di Martino, who recently joined us from Imperial College London, as the Woman Physicist of the Month for November.

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Looking for new postdocs

Searching for two experimental postdocs deadline 8th Sept

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Watching molecules ‘dance’ in real time

A new technique which traps light at the nanoscale to enable real-time monitoring of individual molecules bending and flexing may aid in our understanding of how changes within a cell can lead to diseases such as cancer.

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Building ‘invisible’ materials with light

A new technique which uses light like a needle to thread long chains of particles could help bring sci-fi concepts such as cloaking devices one step closer to reality.

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Royal Society Medallist

Professor Jeremy Baumberg FRS was awarded the Rumford Medal in 2014 for his outstanding creativity in nanophotonics.

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Trapping the light fantastic

Online article discusses the development of a ‘nanobarrel’ that traps and concentrates light onto single molecules.

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Why do opals sparkle?

Our researchers demonstrate the nano physics that gives an opal its brilliant colour.

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Nanophotonics on BBC Radio 5

Nanophotonics on BBC Radio 5

Our recent appearance on "The Naked Scientists" will be broadcast on BBC Radio 5 later this week.

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A Pint of Science?

A Pint of Science?

NP member Richard Bowman speaks at the Pint of Science festival 2014.

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Chariots of Fire 2013

Chariots of Fire 2013

Once again we've been running in Cambridge's Chariots of Fire race.

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Wired run story on polymer opals

Wired run story on polymer opals

News piece in Wired about out recent printable polymer opals; see http://www.wired.com/wiredscience/2013/06/new-color-changing-material/

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Our work on the front cover of Advanced Materials

Our work on the front cover of Advanced Materials

"Chirality and Chiroptical Effects in Plasmonic Nanostructures: Fundamentals, Recent Progress, and Outlook" by V. K. Valev, J. J. Baumberg, C. Sibilia and T. Verbiest

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Professor Baumberg awarded an ERC Advanced Investigator grant

Professor Baumberg awarded an ERC Advanced Investigator grant

Professor Jeremy Baumberg awarded an ERC Advanced Investigator grant for optical assembly of nanostructures, starting April 2013 for 5 years

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Winter School 2013

Winter School 2013

WinterSchool in Toblach, Italy, for Soft NanoPhotonics Centre

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Rohit Chikkaraddy - Reflections as a Dr. Manmohan Singh Scholarship alumnus

Mar 01, 2019

Rohit shares his experience as a scholarship recipient

Cloudy video- The Making of a Scientist

Feb 08, 2019

Cloudy Carnegie (PhD student) featured in ‘The Making of a Scientist’

NanoPhotonics experimental postdoc in Molecular Optomechanics

Jan 21, 2019

Looking for a postdoc in Molecular Optomechanics

Intelligent Toilet on ITV

Nov 26, 2018

ITV pickup on NP's intelligent toilet

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