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OMG now on YouTube

You might have noticed the shiny new video on our homepage (made by EPSRC to promote our recently announced Prosperity Partnership with M Squared Lasers). You can check out this video and more on our YouTube page:…

New class of laser wavemeter breaks the glass ceiling

The precise wavelength of a laser is important in numerous applications, but measuring changes of wavelength to one part in ten thousand million has been quite demanding. Our group has invented a new technique for…

Celebrating 40 years of Optics Letters – Top Papers

OSA journal, Optics Letters, turns 40 this year and as part of the celebrations they are compiling a list of their top 100 cited articles. Currently numbers 26-100 are listed here. Numbers 1-25 will be released later…

OMG now on social media

We have updated our social (academic?) media presence. Use the buttons in the menu on the left or check out the links below. Check out our revived twitter account at: http://twitter.com/OpticManip Check us out on…

New article in ACS Nano

Check out our new article, Rotational Dynamics and Heating of Trapped Nanovaterite Particles, at ACS Nano here. Don’t have subscriber access? Use this link to access the article for free (limited to 50 e-prints during…

Airy light-sheet microscopy top paper in BOEx

Our recent article in Biomedical Optics Express (BOEx), Enhancement of image quality and imaging depth with Airy light-sheet microscopy in cleared and non-cleared neural tissue, was one of BOEx’s top 10 downloads of…

New website for the Optical Manipulation Group

Welcome to the new website for the Optical Manipulation Group at University of St Andrews. The website is still a work in progress so check back regularly for new updates.