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X-Ray and Laser Imaging using iterative methods by Osman Omar

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On my in2scienceUK Placement, I studied ptychography and worked with laser imaging with a PhD student, Stefanos Chalkidis. During my placement, I scanned various different things such as a piece of mica, glass, a sample from a colleague and a wing from a dead fly. First, we set up the sample by attaching it to […]

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Schrödinger’s Equation—¿after that session was I dead or alive or both?

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My In2science placement took place between the 21st and the 25th of July at the London Centre for Nanotechnology, UCL. As the week began I was both nervous and excited. I was happy with the placement I’d been given—working alongside PhD students, experts in Physics, both theoretical and experimental. I could not have been placed […]

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Nanotechnology by Daniel C

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What goes on at the London Centre for Nanotechnology? Daniel gives us an insight into one project taking place: Surface Acoustic Waves device, SAWs is an incredibly sensitive machine that measures viscosity. A lab at the London Centre of Nanotechnology uses this device to detect antigens from viruses such as HIV and hepatitis. However, antigens […]

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