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    Recative Plasmonics hosts the 7th London Plasmonics Forum

    Recative Plasmonics hosts the 7th London Plasmonics Forum

    The 7th Annual London Plasmonics Forum was held online on 9 June 2021. Hosted by Professor Anatoly Zayats, …

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    Hot Electron Applications & Technology Showcase

    Hot Electron Applications & Technology Showcase

    Reactive Plasmonics (RPLAS) researchers were joined by representatives from industry this week to showcase potential applications of the …

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    Socially distanced laboratories

    Experimental researchers are returning to the socially distanced laboratories as lockdown measures have been eased.

    As the country …

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    London Plasmonics Forum goes digital

    London Plasmonics Forum goes digital

    The London Plasmonics Forum has been held annually at King’s College London since 2015, but in 2020 this

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    Synthetic synapses get more like a real brain

    Synthetic synapses get more like a real brain

    The human brain easily outperforms today’s state-of-the-art supercomputers fed on just the calorie input of a modest diet, …

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    Plasmonics Meets Catalysis – Meeting @ Catalysis Hub

    Plasmonics Meets Catalysis – Meeting @ Catalysis Hub

    On the 26th November, the RPLAS team travelled to the Catalysis Hub at the Harwell Research Campus to …

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    RPLAS researcher receives career advice from Nobel Laureate Serge Haroche.

    Once every year, around 30-40 Nobel Laureates convene in Lindau to meet the next generation of leading scientists: …

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    Plasmonic nanoparticles as photocatalysts: How much energy can they supply?

    Plasmonic nanoparticles as photocatalysts: How much energy can they supply?

    Catalysts play a key role in many industrial processes, as more than 85% of the energy consumed daily …

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    Controlling optical response with designed electron temperature distributions in plasmonic nanostructures.

    Controlling optical response with designed electron temperature distributions in plasmonic nanostructures.

    RPLAS researchers at King’s College London have discovered how to control light at ultrafast timescales by designing the …

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    King’s hosts the 5th annual London Plasmonics Forum

    The Fifth London Plasmonics Forum was held at Kings College London on 14 June in the Anatomy Museum

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