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  • Uppfinningen som gör optiska pincetter tillgängliga för alla

    [16 Dec 2019] A device that could be installed on any microscope and would simplify the use of optical tweezers to study single cells is being developed by scientists at the Department of Physics. After receiving early acclaim for the idea from Venture Cup, the group hopes to launch their company in 2020.

  • Thomas Blackburn acclaimed for research on high-intensity lasers

    [6 Dec 2019] Researcher Thomas Blackburn has received an Early Career Award from the New Journal of Physics. His work on modelling high-intensity lasers is being highlighted as a significant contribution to the field.

  • New laser physics achieves energy at astronomical levels

    [1 Jul 2019] With the help of extremely strong light pulses, photons with huge amounts of energy can be released. This paves the way for brand new types of experiments. A group of physicists from the University of Gothenburg and Chalmers have simulated laser configurations that could bring space phenomena into the lab.

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