The Advanced Research Complex offers a new model of research in photonics and Earth sciences by gathering scientists from different disciplines under one roof.
Ian Clark and his research group will benefit from a cutting-edge facility to study radioactive contaminants, one atom at a time.
The slightest movement can ruin a photonics experiment. For Robert Boyd and his team, working in new labs designed to dampen vibration will make their job a whole lot easier.
Over three decades of studying volcanic eruptions all over the world and the legacy of extinct volcanoes in Northern Canada, Keiko Hattori has had her share of close calls.
Ksenia Dolgaleva and Jeff Lundeen take an interdisciplinary approach to understanding the power of single particles of light.
The Advanced Research Complex takes research collaboration to a new level, says Paul Corkum, and will help establish Ottawa as a world leader in photonics.
Photonics researchers Thomas Brabec and Lora Ramunno are pushing the boundaries of light-matter interaction.
A powerful “atom buster” will revolutionize the way Jack Cornett and fellow geologists research a host of environmental and health problems.
Hanan Anis applies photonics to medicine to design new tools for doctors and medical researchers.
Danielle Fortin is testing the potential for combining naturally occurring bacteria and metals to decontaminate mining waste.
Pierre Berini studies what happens when light travels along a metal surface. It could one day change the way we transmit computer data and detect diseases.
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