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SciSoc Talk: Professor Jeremy Baumberg: Where is my nanobot?

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We hear much about the impending rise of nano-machines, but is this science or science fiction? In this talk Professor Jeremy Baumberg FRS , Director of the Nanophotonics Centre at the University of Cambridge will discuss the state of this field, highlighting recent advances, and mapping our progress.

Jeremy Baumberg is widely recognised as a leading innovator in his field: in 2013, he won the Physics Young Medal, and a fellowship with the Royal Society in 2011. He has developed new devices within Hitachi and IBM , and particularly interested in the development of nanostructured optical materials.

As usual, the talk will be followed by wine and cheese The talk is free to members, and £2 for non-members – there will be the opportunity to buy lifetime membership for £15 on the night.

This talk is part of the SciSoc – Cambridge University Scientific Society series.

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