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EPSRC CDT in Sensor Technologies for a Healthy and Sustainable Future

 

Research

James is an applied physicist developing new instrumentation and techniques for optical microscopy, with the goals of increasing speed, resolution and utility whilst minimising photo damage and sample perturbation.  He conducted his PhD research under the supervision of Eric Rees in the area of Methods for optical sensing beyond classical limits. His research was supported by MedImmune.  Before this, James was a Research Assistant in the laboratory of Gregory Jefferis at the MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology for a year following his BA in Natural Sciences at Trinity College, Cambridge.

Student 2014 entry
 James  Manton