Pseudopediastrum algae imaged with an optically trapped probe
The Nanophysics and Soft Matter Group studies the function and interaction of objects at the micro and nanoscale in order to understand fundamental physical and biological processes; drive innovation in instrument development, and design and manipulate functional materials with applications in technology, biology and medicine.
From pioneering work in high speed atomic force microscopy to cutting edge optical tweezers workstations, the Nanophysics and Soft Matter group maintain a variety of well-equipped research laboratories, as well as expertise on a variety of related topics.
All Nanophysics news
- Light: can you feel the force? 25 April 2016
- School of Physics Newsletter, November 2015 27 October 2015
- Transmission of torque at small scales: the nanoclutch 6 October 2015
All Nanophysics seminars