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    • Do non-dipolar magnetic fields contribute to spin-down torques? 

      See, V; Matt, SP; Finley, AJ; et al. (American Astronomical Society / IOP Publishing, 2019)
      Main sequence low-mass stars are known to spin-down as a consequence of their magnetised stellar winds. However, estimating the precise rate of this spin-down is an open problem. The mass-loss rate, angular momentum-loss ...
    • A nanophotonic laser on a graph 

      Gaio, M; Saxena, D; Bertolotti, J; et al. (Nature Research, 15 January 2019)
      Conventional nanophotonic schemes minimise multiple scattering to realise a miniaturised version of beam-splitters, interferometers and optical cavities for light propagation and lasing. Here instead, we introduce a ...
    • Adaptive control of necklace states in a photonic crystal waveguide 

      Yüce, E; Lian, J; Sokolov, S; et al. (American Chemical Society, 14 September 2018)
      Resonant cavities with high quality factor and small mode volume provide crucial enhancement of light-matter interactions in nanophotonic devices that transport and process classical and quantum information. The production ...
    • The feasibility of using citizens to segment anatomy from medical images: Accuracy and motivation 

      Meakin, JR; Ames, RM; Jeynes, JCG; et al. (Public Library of Science, 10 October 2019)
      The development of automatic methods for segmenting anatomy from medical images is an important goal for many medical and healthcare research areas. Datasets that can be used to train and test computer algorithms, however, ...
    • Role of Anisotropy and Refractive Index in Scattering and Whiteness Optimization 

      Jacucci, G; Bertolotti, J; Vignolini, S (Wiley, 11 September 2019)
      The ability to manipulate light–matter interaction to tailor the scattering properties of materials is crucial to many aspects of everyday life, from paints to lighting, and to many fundamental concepts in disordered ...