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Still in the lab ? Enjoy the Nano Girls clip !

19 Juillet 2010 , Rédigé par JW Publié dans #Fancy lab

 

 

This is going to be THE summer hit ! You may share/leave a comment via the link on ACS nanotation I also found this video illustration for this fantastic pick up line: "You look like a Sigma-Aldrich girl".

JMC12 : nanophotonics nano-symposium

30 Juin 2010 , Rédigé par JW Publié dans #Nanophotonics pick

The programme for the "minicolloque" #8 on the photonic properties of nano-objects is available. Check the conference website or see the images below.

 

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Celebrating the laser 50th anniversary in Marseille

4 Juin 2010 , Rédigé par JW Publié dans #Fancy lab

From tonight, and ongoing every Friday night in June, a 10W green laser beam will be sent over Marseille historical center. This will redo Fizeau's experiment and measure the speed of light.

 

See the blog: un laser sur Marseile

 

Different animations will be distributed along the laser beam path. Posters to illustrate the concepts and applications of lasers, and demonstrations with lasers :

* mini laser show

* laser balloon burning

* schweppes fluorescence

* invisible ink seen with laser

* CD rom physics

 

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World's smallest FCS apparatus

25 Mai 2010 , Rédigé par JW Publié dans #Recent research work

My group has recently developed an integrated system for compact and portative single molecule fluorescence analysis without using any microscope or microscope objective.

 

The system is based on our patented technology based on a glass microsphere at the end of the optical fiber. The microsphere works as a tiny lens to focus light with focusing capabilities close to that of a high-quality microscope objective.

 

The system is capable of single molecule fluorescence correlation spectroscopy (FCS) and fluorescence lifetime histograming (TCSPC). The size is roughly that of an A3 format, that makes it the world’s smallest FCS system to date, and much more integration is readily feasible.

 

See a complete article here.

 

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Next conference : Gordon's GRC Plasmonics

21 Mai 2010 , Rédigé par JW Publié dans #Recent research work

Meet me at this conference : Plasmonics / The Science And Engineering Of Nanoscale Optics, June 13-18, 2010 Colby College, Waterville, ME.

 

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