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City of Physics 2015 - The Beauty and Mystery of Physics to come alive in Dublin

The ‘City of Physics’ team from Trinity College Dublin, UCD and CRANN have today launched a new campaign to encourage everyone across the capital to explore and discover the beauty of Physics around Dublin City. The campaign will be rolling across a four week period, from 26th October to 19th November. The idea behind the campaign is to bring simple physics to life, to spark curiosities and ask people to consider Physics as part of our culture.

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Ireland's first NanoFab arrives for Nanoweek 2015

The first Zeiss NanoFab - a multi-beam ion microscope - has arrived into CRANN's Advanced Microscopy Laboratory. It will enable very high resolution imaging combined with nanomaching.

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AAAS Early Career Award for Public Engagement with Science goes to Irish Scientist - Shane Bergin

American Association for the Advancement of Science awards Shane Bergin the first non-American Award recipient.

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Dr. Rachel Evans Awarded Young Leader of the Year

Dr. Rachel Evans, Associate Investigator at CRANN, Ireland’s flagship nanoscience institute, Trinity College and Assistant Professor, School of Chemistry, Trinity College, Dublin, has been awarded The Irish Laboratory Awards’ ‘Young Leader of the Year’.

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European Commission Honours Irish Scientist

Dr Shane Bergin, Investigator at Trinity College Dublin’s School of Physics and nanoscience institute, CRANN, has today been awarded the European Commission’s Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions (MSCA) achievement award.  The award recognises Dr. Bergin’s contribution to communicating science in a fun and attractive way and mentoring the next generation in science.

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