British Heart Foundation Project: “Development and optimisation of synchronised 3D in-vivo imaging of the embryonic and juvenile zebrafish heart"
The 7th Photonics Day will be held on 20th April 2015. We once again look forward to a set of lively talks ranging from application of quantum dots to optical sensing of nucleic acids. Speakers come from across Oxford and the UK.
Please register here: http://goo.gl/forms/3Pe4PkS0dh
Here is the workshop programme:
Engineers and Scientists around the world are getting ready for the 2015 International Year of Light (IYL). This International Year has been the initiative of a large consortium of scientific bodies together with UNESCO. The 2015 IYL will consist of ...
We are pleased to announce the date for the 7th Oxford Photonics Day, which has been set for Monday 20th April 2015 (0th week, Trinity term). It will be held at the Department of Engineering Science. The event will be free to attend for members of the Oxford Photonics Network. The programme will include...
University of Oxford has been chosen to lead one of the four Quantum Hubs in the £120m Quantum Technology programme. Optical physicist Professor Ian Walmsley will lead a consortium of academic and industrial partners to deliver quantum technologies ...
Congratulations to Professor Martin Booth who has been awarded the 2014 International Commission for Optics (ICO) Prize “for his innovative and pioneering research on dynamic optical methods and new approaches to adaptive optics”.
Display technologies are at the heart of the technology revolution that has swept the world over the past decades.
The 6th Oxford Photonics Day is due to be held on Wednesday 8th Oct in the Thom Building, Lecture Room 1, in the Engineering Depar
Two new Royal Society University Research Fellows, Dr Brian Patton and Dr Josh Nunn, have recently started new research programmes in Photonics.