3D imaging: nanotechnology and the quest for better medical sensors

20 March 2012

15 March 2012

Professor Ian Robinson (UCL London Centre for Nanotechnology)

The smaller the scales we want to look at, the bigger the tools we need to use, and with complex equipment of this magnitude, it is becoming more and more common for research groups to share central user facilities.  Focusing on UCL's use of central user synchrotron radiation facilities (sub-atomic particle accelerators), this lecture highlights developments in the 3D imaging of nanomaterials in the ultimate quest for creating better medical sensors.

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