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In the spotlight: 2015 is the International Year of Light

The International Year of Light celebrates a millennium of advancements in optical science and technology and recognises the importance of light technologies in the lives of each and every one of us.

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STED microscopy development for research into molecular mechanisms of disease

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Research Collaboration launched with Chinese health firm

Sep 04, 2015

The department of Chemical engineering was awarded a major research contract and a donation from Chinese Health company Infinitus. The event was recognised through a signing ceremony with the University's Vice Chancellor on Wednesday the 3rd of September. The deal is worth more than GBP4.0M and includes a very significant donation towards the construction of the department's new building on the University's West Site.

Post Doctoral Research Position Available

Aug 03, 2015

STED microscopy development for research into molecular mechanisms of disease.

Most read articles in Methods and Applications in Fluorescence

Aug 03, 2015

The recent development by the group of a novel reconstruction algorithm for M-SIM features in the top 3 most read papers in the IOP publication Methods and Applications in Fluorescence.

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