Ultrafast Dynamics at Zurich ETH

Flat Rosie at the ETH Ultrafast Dynamics Lab

Flat Rosie just got back from her first international trip to the ETH lab with the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology! Rosie visited the Ultrafast Dynamics Group. She learned all about how very short laser pulses interact with materials. By short, we mean really short. Tens of femptoseconds short! Ultrafast Dynamics means …

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Tiny Lasers: Smaller than Cells

Lasers Everywhere. Lasers have become common in everyday life. From use in DVD machines to college lectures across the country lasers are everywhere. You can even make a laser projection microscope to look at cells swimming in water. Lasers are different from colored light because it has a well defined …

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