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    Single semiconductor NW electro-chemical growth with scanning probe nanolithography

    Semiconductor nanowires (NWs) are filamentary dielectric crystals with diameters of the order of few tenths to hundreds of nanometers. NWs have recently shown great potential for achieving highly efficient solar …

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    Postdoc: Single-cell dynamics within lung organoids

    Organoids are miniature organs that can be grown in-vitro from adult stem cells. We have recently found that cells within lung organoids become surprisingly motile upon infection by the RSV …

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    Postdoc: Single-cell dynamics within intestinal organoids

    Organoids are miniature organs that can be grown in-vitro from adult stem cells. The aim of this project is to reveal the rules that govern stem cell renewal and differentiation …

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    Theory of active nanophotonics

    In framework of a research program on plasmonics and metasurfaces for solid-state lighting, cofunded by Philips Lighting, the Resonant Nanophotonics group at AMOLF is eager to hire a postdoc to …

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    Seeing and sensing chaperone-mediated protein folding acceleration

    Chaperones are central to protein folding, maintenance, and disease, but how and when they affect protein chains as remained difficult to study directly. Recently it has become possible to detect …

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    Single proteins and chaperones at the ribosome

    Chaperones are central to protein biogenesis, but their action at the ribosome remains poorly understood. A central complication is the highly dynamic nature of this process, which involves polypeptide synthesis, …

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    Interacting photons in cavity arrays

    In this project you will couple tunable optical microcavities with nanostructured excitonic materials to achieve strong photon-photon interactions.  You will use these interactions to investigate phase transitions of light, and …

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