Adrian Hooper kindly did his photographer bit yesterday and took some snaps of the group and the lab. Here they are. Be warned I have gone a wee bit OTT with some photo editing.
A combination of Trivial Transfer Graphene and a lot of work, here is Kristina's second image, lovely graphene!
Welcome to group TPV-200. May you work hard and keep the Q+ cold.
Update: the vessel is full, and the Q+ is cold. Let's see if the microscope works on Monday.
Update 2: The Q+ is at 77K.
Official University News.
... Dr Peter Sloan, Lecturer in Physics added: “With the nano-factory, we can also build up bespoke atomic-scale structures one atom at a time to link with the stencilled devices, making our new microscope world-leading. Not only will we make prototypes of unique graphene-based devices, but we can also really play around with some exciting fundamental physics.”