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  Investigation into Plasmonic Metallic Nanoparticles for Bioassays
  Prof D Graham, Prof K Faulds
Applications accepted all year round

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The area of in vitro diagnostic (IVD) testing has seen substantial growth over the last ten years. This project will develop a new type of magnetic bead which will have inherently much greater sensitivity than currently used methods.
  Quantum correlations in nanoplasmonics
  Dr A Demetriadou
Application Deadline: 15 January 2020

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When light illuminates nano-sized metallic structures, the free electrons in the metal collectively oscillate, creating `plasmons’.
  Probing metamaterials dynamics by high repetition rate attosecond pulse from multi-colour synthesised strong laser field.
  Dr A Zair
Applications accepted all year round

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Attosecond pulses production and characterisation were a tremendous breakthrough is ultra-fast science that enabled the observation in real time of electronic motion in molecular system in gas phase.
  The colour-changing properties of twisted metal nanostructures for metamaterial devices and applications
  Prof V Valev
Application Deadline: 10 November 2019

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The University of Bath invites applications for the following fully-funded PhD project. SUPERVISORY TEAM. Prof Ventsislav Valev, Department of Physics (lead supervisor).
  PhD Studentship Nanophotonic-enhanced optical technologies for imaging in biomedicine
  Ms M Tamagna
Application Deadline: 30 November 2019

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About us. The VISIONLab at the University of Cambridge develops novel imaging approaches for early cancer detection and evaluation of disease prognosis.
  Development of Optical Nanobiosensors for Opioids and Fentanyl-related Substances
  Dr O Adegoke, Prof N Nic Daeid
Applications accepted all year round

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Opioid use is currently on the increase and its abuse poses serious risks that affects the economic state of all societies worldwide as well as health and social wellbeing.
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