Media coverage of cannula microscope

Our recent paper in APL generated media coverage at these sites: Technology.org, Phys.org, DeviceSpace, Azonano, ScienceDaily, DailyNews, NeuroscienceNews, Gizmag, eScienceNews, Freenewspos, Rorero (Italy), The Asian Age, TMCnet.

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Congratulations to Ganghun!

Ganghun’s paper titled “An ultrasmall 3D computational microscope” was published¬†in Applied Physics Letters. This paper describes how we converted a needle into a microscope. Such a microscope can be used for deep brain imaging and optogenetics. Paper is available here. Press release from the U is available here.

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Invited talk at OSA’s Imaging & Applied Optics

Our group will give 3 talks (1 invited) at the  OSA IS conference in Seattle this week. See here for details.

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Post-doctoral funding opportunities

The College of Engineering maintains this website to assist in obtaining post-doctoral funding. Prospective post-docs need to apply for what they qualify for.

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Stefan Hell wins Kavli Prize

Stefan Hell (along with John Pendry and Thomas Ebbesen) have won this year’s Kavli Prize in Nanoscience! My interactions with Stefan in 2003 were the inspiration for AMOL and later for POST, where we have demonstrated superresolution in lithography.

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Solar research focus on TV news

Utah’s Fox 13 news recently showcased our solar-energy research in a news segment. You can watch it here.

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Press about our paper

This recent press release highlights our paper on solar cells. The paper itself is available here. KUER news article here. Daily fusion. RTT News. Photonics Online. Optics & Photonics News article here. PhysOrg. Solar Industry Magazine. GoArticles.com. AltEnergyMag. SolarIndustryMag.com. World Industrial Reporter. TodayEco.

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