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Staff and student contributions recognised at Imperial Garden Party
Biophotonics technology development for applications in biomedical research, drug discovery and healthcare.
Rigorous electromagnetic theory and experimental analysis is applied to photonic and nanophotonic structures including chiral media, metamaterials, plasmonics, and micromagnetics.
Fibre and all-solid-state lasers developed for real-world applications from precision laser manufacturing, remote sensing through to medical imaging and therapeutics.
Optical technologies are developed for programmable control/manipulation of light and image science addressing biophotonics, metrology and biomedical applications including research, drug discovery and healthcare.