Category: Research in action

Shooting a Nature cover

Difficult subjects.

Shooting an object the size of a grain of rice, that only fluoresces by laser, inside a ring of sapphire, turns out to be tricky…

Image © Thomas Angus / Imperial College London  [laser ‘speckle’ in action]
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Featured Shoot – Cristina Lo Celso

Cristina Lo Celso at work.

When Dr Cristina Lo Celso won the prestigious Foulkes Foundation Medal at the end of 2017 for her work with Leukaemia, we realised we were short of images of this rising star in biomedical research.
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Featured Shoot – Silwood Campus

Exploring the Imperial campuses

Each of the nine Imperial campuses have their own personality, but the one that resonates with me the most is Silwood Park.

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Image of the week – Lasers and Liquid Nitrogen

“Can we have an image of the Klug Lab’s lasers?”

The interesting process of getting this image of the lasers in Professor David Klug’s lab…

A picture of the light paths of green and blue lasers reflected by lenses.Image © Thomas Angus / Imperial College London  [Click Image to expand]
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Featured Lab – The Thin Film Technology Lab

A Cathedral of technology.

This week I had the opportunity to shoot some new images in this amazing lab space in Bessemer.

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