Diffusion Science radio: Photonics and quadcopters

Photonics and quadcopters

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All you can eat diet for healthy mice by Ian Woolf,
Graphene propelled by light by Ian Woolf,
Ben Eggleton talks about the International Year of Light,
Quadcopter science by Ian Woolf
Production checked by Charles Willock,
Produced and hosted by Ian Woolf

2015-05-29 18.58.08
Professor Ben Eggleton
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Reactive Oxygen Species, Isotope Effect, Essential Nutrients, and Enhanced Longevity
Biochemists develop new method for preventing oxidative damage to cells

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Gyro sensors - How they work and what's ahead
What is a MultiCopter and How Does it Work

An Evening with Ben Eggleton - 12 June 2015

June 1, 2015
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