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Nanoheroes.... A team of students in the College of Science and Technology makes nanomiracles!

Nanoheroes

http://www.temple.edu/templemag/2014_winter/nanoheroes.html

Faces of Temple video of student who works with Dr. Levis/CAPR

http://news.temple.edu/news/2012-05-04/faces-temple-laine

 

Recent Preston Moretz piece on detecting radioactive threats remotely (2012)

http://news.temple.edu/news/capr-receives-grant-standoff-detection-radioactive-materials

 

Faces of Temple video of Dr. Levis

http://news.temple.edu/news/2012-07-17/faculty-focus-robert-levis

 
 
Photonics center explores new technology that might enable real-time diagnosis. Prof. Levis and his group have pioneered a method in which an ultra-fast laser is used to vaporize materials, molecules or tissues. Read more...
 
Dr. Kenji Ohmori, Professor of Physics in Institute of Molecular Science, National Institutes of Natural Sciences, Japan, is giving a talk at Temple University on Friday, June 26, 2009, about "Spatiotemporal coherent control with picometer and attosecond precisions". View the announcement.
 

Dr. Jean-Claude Diels, Professor of Physics & EECE, Department of Physics & Astronomy, University of New Mexico, is giving a talk at Temple University on Tuesday, February 17th, 2009, about "Conflicting models about the formation of filaments in air. Can everybody be right?". More info...

 

Dr. Kenji Ohmori, Professor of Physics in Institute of Molecular Science, National Institutes of Natural Sciences, Japan, is giving a talk at Temple University on Wednesday, March 19th, 2008, about "Visualizing and Controlling Picometric Quantum RipplesĀ in Molecules". Read more...

 

Dr. Gustav Gerber, Professor of Physics in Physikalisches Institut, University of Wuerzburg, Germany, is giving a talk at Temple University on Friday, March 7th, 2008, about "Quantum Control of Femtochemistry in the Gas Phase, Liquid Phase and on Surfaces". Read more...

 
Dr. Robert Levis, Professor in the Department of Chemistry and Director of the Center for Advanced Photonics Research, receives $5M to develop 'chemical mapping' sensors. Read more in the article by Preston M. Moretz.
 

Dr. Robert Levis, professor in the Department of Chemistry and director of the Center for Advanced Photonics Research, was awarded the 2007 Philadelphia Section Award from the American Chemical Society. The presentation and Award address are scheduled for Thursday, October 18th, 2007. See the announcement.

 
"Temple University's Center for Advanced Photonics Research ... has been awarded a one-year, $1.25 million grant to develop cyclic ozone by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Administration (DARPA)." Read More...
Preston Moretz, Temple University News Release, Feb 2005
 
"The new laser-based detector has attracted interest from America's army and navy, and from the National Science Foundation. A unit the size of a large suitcase could be ready for use as soon as early 2005, says Dr Levis." Read More...
The Economist, December 2003
 
"The idea of a natural biosensor is clever, and there is a wealth of biotechnology to draw on," says Robert Levis, director of Temple University's Advanced Photonics Research program." Read More...
Lakshmi Sandhana, Christian Science Monitor, May 2003
 
"Temple's Advanced Photonic Research Center recently received a $5 million Department of Defense research grant to develop new methods for toxin detection." Read More...
Dave Copeland, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, March 2003
 
"... researchers are getting military funding as they realize their work can be applied to national security. At Temple University, for example, chemist Robert Levis is working on a technology for controlling chemical reactions and for detecting minute traces of substances in a mixture." Read More...
Faye Flam, Philly.com/Health, January 2003
 
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