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November 2016

Congratulations to Stefania Cacovich

 

 

Stefania won first prize at the Departmental Image/Micrograph 2016 Competition with her entry "Hell".

SEM image hybrid perovskite nanocubes rendered in colours.

Well done!

 

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October 2016

Farewell to Jon Barnard

 

 

We said farewell to Jon Barnard at the start of October. After many years in the Department, Jon is taking up a new job in York. We will miss him!

 

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June 2016

David Nicol's retirement

 

 

Best wishes to David Nicol on his retirement! David left at the end of June after over 30 years in the EM facility of the Department.

 

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June 2016

Farewell to Stephan Croxall

 

 

Farewell and best wishes to Stephen Croxall who is taking up a new job at Granta Design.

 

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June 2016

Welcome to baby Eggeman

 

 

Congratulations to Jo and Alex Eggeman on the birth of their daughter Elara Alice.

 

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June 2016

Departmental Prize for Tom and Duncan!

 

 

Congratulations to Tom Furnival and Duncan Johnstone who were awarded the Department Demonstrator Prize 2016.

 

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June 2016

Welcome to Sacha

 

 

Welcome to Dr Xaioxaio Sacha Fu, who is visiting the group from Toulouse to work with Paul on tomography.

 

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April 2016

Congratulations to Dr Maria Mediero Munoyerro

 

 

Congratulations to Maria Mediero Munoyerro on the completion of her PhD!

 

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April 2016

Congratulations to Dr Stephen Croxall

 

 

Congratulations to Stephen Croxall, now PhD!

 

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March 2016

Congratulations to Dr Sean Collins

 

 

Congratulations to Sean Collins for the successful completion of his PhD!

 

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January 2016

Happy New Year!

 

 

Beautiful festive graph showing the current structure of HyperSpy...

Displayed with Grouce.

Thank you to Tomas Ostasevicious for compiling the data...there is also a beautiful animation showing HyperSpy source history on YouTube :)

 

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