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Winton Programme for the Physics of Sustainability

Department of Physics
 
Read more at: Femtosecond Super-resolution Pump-Probe Imaging

Femtosecond Super-resolution Pump-Probe Imaging

Dr Akshay Rao (Optoelectronics Group)


Read more at: Selective Molecular Traps in a Microfluidic Platform

Selective Molecular Traps in a Microfluidic Platform

Professor Tuomas Knowles (Department of Chemistry) and Professor Ulrich Keyser (Biological and Soft Systems Group)


Read more at: Time-resolved gate-based sensing for scalable silicon-based quantum computing

Time-resolved gate-based sensing for scalable silicon-based quantum computing

Dr Alessandro Rossi (Microelectronics Group), Dr Fernando Gonzalez-Zalba (Hitachi Cambridge Laboratory) and Professor Jason Robinson (Department of Materials Sconce and Metallurgy)


Winton Annual Report 2019

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