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Recently published journal article

It would seem that the research I have been doing over the last few years has borne fruit, and I recently had some work published in a journal called Chemistry – A European Journal (link below). http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/wol1/doi/10.1002/chem.201702289/abstract It details how … Continue reading

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STORM

The Nobel Prize for chemistry in 2014 was awarded to the scientists who developed stochastic optical reconstruction microscopy, orĀ STORMĀ for short. But what does all of that even mean? STORM is a type of microscopy that enables the visualisation of structures … Continue reading

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Now you see me!

There once was a time, long ago, when I was told that “atoms are the smallest things in the world, and we will never be able to see them.” Who knew then that science would advance to such an extent … Continue reading

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