My Experience with in2science, by George Padolsey

By Rebecca Mckelvey Uncategorized

For the tenth time in a row, the impossibly thin piece of metal alloy broke. Of course, this wasn’t a normal metal alloy but was in-fact platinum-iridium wire. This is the kind of equipment you normally only get access to in your third year of a physics degree. Yet through the access provided by in2science, […]

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

By in2scienceuk Uncategorized

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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