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VIP pass to a holograpahy lab

Greetings! I am proud to present our brand new labs at theĀ Institute of Optical Materials and Technologies! After a whole year of construction work, repairs and various emotions, the renovated labs are finally ready for action. 306 more words


Bio-Photons ~ Are We Made Of Light

Makalesi explains how the human body may be more advanced then we ever thought possible. Very interesting!
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Photon Collisons

By The Daily Galaxy

No significant signs of new physics with the present data from CERN’s Large Hadron Collider, but it takes only 1 significant deviation in the data to change everything. 696 more words


Applied image sensors - EMCCDs and yeast cells

Finally, after a long break I am back!

We had exceptionally good weather here last weekend and I spent some time in the university parks with a friend who studies at the biochemistry department. 1,333 more words


2) Particles: Neutrinos

I am back again with particles post. I was thinking if first should be about electrons or photons and then I realized that neutrinos are kind of really special and fun so I will start with them. 247 more words

april 2015: 2

Bicarbonate for Better Vision?
“Controlling bicarbonate levels may slow progression of eye diseases”
Harvard Medical School News — April 2, 2015

Evolutionary Relic
Pseudogenes in the human genome may lead to cancer development” 95 more words

Cancer Research

The adventures of a photon through space

The International Year of Light and Light-based Technologies 2015 (IYL 2015) involves artists and scientists across a large range of domains. It certainly also involves astronomers and to honour this year, we might temporarily rename our research groups Laboratories of Light Pathology. 1,190 more words