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Mapping microstructures from nanometres to millimetres by Ken Mingard,
Recorded November 2007

Celebrating Science is a series of lectures given by NPL scientists or external speakers designed to inspire and inform us about the amazing research done both at NPL and other institutions worldwide.

More: http://www.npl.co.uk/celebrating-science

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  1. 1

    Latest developments in climate modelling

  2. 2

    Light and Life: Applications from physics to chemistry and biology

  3. 3

    Siberian crystals for science and life

  4. 4

    The Legacy of Lord Rayleigh

  5. 5

    Timekeeping: From the Sun to the Atomic Second

  6. 6

    Introduction to NPL

  7. 7

    Sounding bubbles

  8. 8

    How long is a piece of string?

  9. 9

    Climate change and the global energy challenge

  10. 10

    Electrification of vehicle powertrains

  11. 11

    Proteins and Solvent in Molecular Simulations

  12. 12

    The Birth of Atomic Time

  13. 13

    Time Scales

  14. 14

    Louis Essen's Legacy: where we are now and where we're going

  15. 15

    NPLTime®

  16. 16

    Christmas Candles

  17. 17

    Cyborgs: Ghosts of Christmas Future

  18. 18

    Measurement Curiosities

  19. 19

    The buoyancy method - a potential new primary ultrasound power standard

  20. 20

    Phase-insensitive detection for reduction of image artefacts in ultrasound breast screening

  21. 21

    Towards a quantum representation of the ampere using single electron pumps

  22. 22

    Mechanisation of Thought Processes: Artificial Intelligence in the 21st Century

  23. 23

    How to achieve accurate optical surface topography measurement

  24. 24

    Imaging receptors, ion channels and molecular motors in live cells using TIRF microscopy

  25. 25

    The Micro/Nano-Satellite Revolution

  26. 26

    Dexterous acoustic tweezers

  27. 27

    The Large Hadron Collider Project - the Higgs boson and beyond

  28. 28

    The highs and lows of cocaine

  29. 29

    Room temperature solid-state maser

  30. 30

    Revealing the hidden microstructure of materials

  31. 31

    Cool multiferroic materials for solid-state cooling

  32. 32

    Nanobiotechnology at Interfaces

  33. 33

    Mossbauer Spectroscopy

  34. 34

    Modern Statistics, Exploratory Data Analysis, and Design of Experiments

  35. 35

    A Little Light Relief

  36. 36

    Towards a smarter web

  37. 37

    Flow control in the presence of shocks

  38. 38

    Mapping photocurrent generation in the nanoscale

  39. 39

    Nanofluidics: a study in choreography

  40. 40

    Towards a quantum resistance standard based on epitaxial graphene

  41. 41

    Innovations in High Temperature Measurement

  42. 42

    Exploring the Universe with the world's largest radio telescope

  43. 43

    Seeking the TRUTHS about climate change

  44. 44

    The Challenge of Implementing the GUM and its Supplements

  45. 45

    Charles Galton Darwin and the NPL at war

  46. 46

    Emerging technologies based on multiferroic materials

  47. 47

    The coolest place at NPL

  48. 48

    Mathematical models for metrology

  49. 49

    Rock Guitar in 11 Dimensions

  50. 50

    Plastics are for Dollies - Metals Fight Back

  51. 51

    The impact of cosmic radiation on air travel

  52. 52

    The Physics of the Climate System

  53. 53

    Trying to find the missing sunlight

  54. 54

    Shedding some light on biological tissue

  55. 55

    Building bridges between measurement and perception

  56. 56

    NPL's role in developing polymer composites metrology for use in today's state-of-the art structures

  57. 57

    Saving the planet by regulations

  58. 58

    Beauty IS skin deep

  59. 59

    Shining a light on climate change

  60. 60

    Surgery by soundbeam

  61. 61

    Resolving uncertainty in climate change data

  62. 62

    Adapting the SI to the 21st century

  63. 63

    Measuring dose in complex 3D treatments

  64. 64

    From metre to picometre

  65. 65

    Metallic spintronics

  66. 66

    Space: The Final Frontier for Wireless Comms?

  67. 67

    The Quantum Elephant in the Metrology Corner

  68. 68

    Immunoassay in medical diagnostics

  69. 69

    On the road to the universal Kelvin

  70. 70

    Fuel cells: making the transition to a low carbon economy

  71. 71

    Sustaining Moore's Law

  72. 72

    Air Pollution Modelling

  73. 73

    Making quantum electrical standards more accessible

  74. 74

    Radiochemical analysis of Nuclear Reactor Bioshields

  75. 75

    Lord Rayleigh

  76. 76

    Why are NPL getting a Clinical LinAc?

  77. Electron Backscattering Diffraction

  78. 78

    Atom and molecule mechanics

  79. 79

    High Efficiency Lighting - the measurement challenge

  80. 80

    Citior, altior, fortior ... accuratior?

  81. 81

    Humidity measurement

  82. 82

    Metropoly: a game of chance

  83. 83

    How can you measure it if you can't see it?

  84. 84

    Serpents and Synthesisers

  85. 85

    Closing the Metrological Triangle with a Superconducting Nanowire

  86. 86

    Harmonisation through metrology?

  87. 87

    The Magic of Flat Carbon

  88. 88

    Probing into the future

  89. 89

    Nature's Nanomachines

  90. 90

    New Materials Science with Synchrotron Radiation

  91. 91

    From the Lab to the Marketplace

  92. 92

    Transport at the nanoscale

  93. 93

    In Pursuit of Pulsars

  94. 94

    Soundscapes and action plans

  95. 95

    Personal Wireless Communications

  96. 96

    Combating cancer in the third millennium

  97. 97

    Structured organic cyanine dye thin films

  98. 98

    Building on the Building Blocks of Life

  99. 99

    CLARREO: Decadal Change Accuracy

  100. 100

    Evil on the Internet

  101. 101

    From protein folding to nanoscale design

  102. 102

    FIRST Explorer

  103. 103

    Drunken Walks on a Nanoscale Tightrope

  104. 104

    The physics of perception

  105. 105

    Ambient Mass Spectrometry

  106. 106

    Scratching the Surface

  107. 107

    Linking clocks with optical fibres

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