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Building with flexible blocks
On an apparently normal cube a pattern of hollows and bulges appears when the cube is compressed. Physicists from Leiden University and FOM Institute AMOLF together with colleagues from Tel Aviv University have developed a method to design such three-dimensional More info

Publ. 28-07-2016 09:00
Origin of Neutrino Signal Remains a Mystery
Physicists have studied the astrophysical neutrino signal as reported by the IceCube collaboration from a different angle with their ANTARES detector. The Milky Way centre was an obvious prime suspect to be a source, but this hypothesis is now only More info

Publ. 20-07-2016 14:58
MRI Machine at the Nanoscale Breaks World Records
A new NMR microscope gives researchers an improved instrument to study fundamental physical processes. It also offers new possibilities for medical science, for example to better study proteins in Alzheimer patients’ brains. Publication as Editors' Suggestion in Physical More info

Publ. 15-07-2016 17:30
NWO Veni Grant for Bouncing Balls on Hot Plate
Physicist Scott Waitukaitis receives an NWO Veni grant to research the Leidenfrost effect for squishy materials. This effect is well-known for dancing water droplets in a frying pan.

Have you ever spilled water on a hot frying pan? You will see More info

Publ. 15-07-2016 12:01
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Recent articles

Scott Waitukaitis and Martin van Hecke (2016) Origami building blocks: Generic and special four-vertices, Physical Review E, 93, 023003.
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A. Vinante, M. Bahrami, A. Bassi, O. Usenko, G. Wijts, T.H. Oosterkamp (2016) Upper bounds on spontaneous wave-function collapse models using millikelvin-cooled nanocantilevers, Phys. Rev. Lett., 3, 116, 090402.
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6 Sept, 13:45, Academy building, Rapenburg 73
Thesis Defense
Ke Liu - Instituut-Lorentz: Gauge Theory and Nematic Order. The rich landscape of orientational phase transition.
Prof.dr. J. Zaanen


29 Sept, 16:00
van Leeuwenhoek Lecture on BioScience


27 Oct, 16:00
van Leeuwenhoek Lecture on BioScience


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