Monthly Archives: September 2011

Mapping ultrafast energy flow in liquids

Chemistry is about breaking and making chemical bonds. On a microscopic level, breaking a chemical bond requires that a large quantity of energy is first localized in that particular bond. Similarly, making a chemical bond places lots of energy into … Continue reading

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COMET meeting, Oxford

From 11th-16th September, I attended the 2011 Conference On Molecular Energy Transfer (COMET), and gave an oral presentation. The meeting programme featured a number of memorable talks from well-known scientists like Gerard Meijer, Arthur Suits, Alec Wodtke, John Tully, Dick … Continue reading

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TEDx Bristol talk

On 8th September, I gave a talk about our science-meets-art project, danceroom spectroscopy, at a TEDx event in Bristol¬†(where x = independently organized) that was held at the MShed. Mine was the concluding talk of the day. Feedback was excellent. … Continue reading

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Spectroscopy at Shambala Festival

On 27th and 28th August, we did Spectroscopy at the Shambala Festival.¬† We projected onto a massive 11 m diameter screen suspended between two large trees. Our mission control was up in a treehouse! You can download a *.zip file … Continue reading

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