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Read more at: Royal Society Summer exhibition

Royal Society Summer exhibition

3 July 2018

The Royal Society Summer Exhibition is now on! Come and see us!


Read more at: NanoDTC to exhibit at the Summer Science Exhibition

NanoDTC to exhibit at the Summer Science Exhibition

20 June 2018

NanoDTC to exhibit at the Summer Science Exhibition 2018, Monday 2 July - Sunday 8 July


Read more at: Jeremy publishes a popular science book
Jeremy publishes a popular science book

Jeremy publishes a popular science book

25 May 2018

The Secret Life of Science: How it Really Works and Why it Matters


Read more at: Nanophotonics researcher Bart de Nijs awarded prestigious fellowship

Nanophotonics researcher Bart de Nijs awarded prestigious fellowship

21 March 2018

Nanophotonics researcher Bart de Nijs was awarded a prestigious College position: he was elected a Research Fellow at Hughes Hall.


Read more at: Nanophotonics party in style

Nanophotonics party in style

2 January 2018

The group celebtrate another year together at Jesus College Cambridge


Read more at: The Future of Medicine - a film by the University of Cambridge highlights research in the Nanophotonics Group

The Future of Medicine - a film by the University of Cambridge highlights research in the Nanophotonics Group

12 October 2017

The work of researchers in the Cavendish Nanophotonics group is included in in a University of Cambridge film "The Future of Medicine". Nanorobots that patrol our bodies, killer immune cells hunting and destroying cancer cells, biological scissors that cut out defective genes: these are just some of technologies that...


Read more at: Jeremy awarded a gold faraday medal

Jeremy awarded a gold faraday medal

30 June 2017

Jeremy Baumberg awarded 2017 Michael Faraday Medal and Prize


Read more at: Jeremy Baumberg featured in issue of Research Horizons

Jeremy Baumberg featured in issue of Research Horizons

30 June 2017

Issue 33 features a video of Jeremy talking about how to train your drugs


Read more at: Felix Benz wins Abdus Salam prize

Felix Benz wins Abdus Salam prize

29 November 2016

NanoPhotonics researcher Felix Benz has been awarded the prestigious Abdus Salam prize. His work utilizes the strange properties of tiny particles of gold; light is concentrated down smaller than a single atom enabling a look at individual chemical bonds inside molecules, opening up new ways to study light and matter.


Read more at: Anna Lombardi answers Naked Scientist question

Anna Lombardi answers Naked Scientist question

27 October 2016

Can light exert a force to move an object?


Latest news

Press release for Angelos' Infrared Upconversion Science paper

31 May 2022

“It’s like listening to slow-rippling earthquake waves by colliding them with a violin string to get a high whistle that’s easy to hear, and without breaking the violin,” - Professor Jeremy Baumberg Read the university's press release for Angelos, Rohit and co.'s latest Science paper, Detecting mid-infrared light by...

Happy Birthday

21 March 2022

Happy birthday!! A suprise party for Jeremy with delicous vegan Cake! Thank you Sara and Marika for organising.

NanoPhotonics Christmas Party

16 December 2021

Many thanks to Chris and Jeremy for organising a very nice Christmas dinner at Jesus College. It was good to be able to see everyone again. Now we just need to figure out who gave which present to who :) Christmas_dinner_2021_2 Christmas_dinner_2021_3