CPLAS Researchers showcase innovative ‘tiny science’ at Imperial Lates
In November CPLAS researcher Dr Anastasia Zaleska exhibited at Imperial Lates. he outreach event explored the wonders of ‘Tiny Science’. Researchers were invited to showcase their cutting-edge research through talks, artistic workshops and live demos.
Anastasia was joined by colleagues from King’s Nano-Optics to display Light Twists Nature, an artwork created as part of the Londo n Institute for Advanced Light Technologies celebrations for the UNESCO International Day of Light. The project, “Guiding Lights,” encouraged early-career researchers in photonics to design art installations that can explain the complicated ideas, themes, and techniques they work with to members of the public.
You can read more about the event on the London Centre for Nanotechnology webpage.