Asawari (top left at the table) is headed to new adventures after spending a year in the group! One of us, with the long arms, is taking this group selfie.
We decided to go bowling because Shen Zhou hadn’t before. Explaining the scoreboard, or perhaps comparing ball speeds? We wondered why so many people liked Fanta orange. A (rare) display
Kartik Ayyer (top right) visited us when the group was just a few months old. We celebrated by going to “Original Sin” a vegetarian restaurant at Chip Bee Gardens.
Sam Day-weiss spent a short but productive summer internship with us in 2016. Before he left for his undergraduate degree at Yale, we sent him off with a buffet lunch
27 Oct 2016. NUS scientists have developed the first scalable robust, open-sourced reconstruction algorithm targeted specifically for lens-less imaging with x-ray lasers. In lens-less imaging, computational lenses classify incomplete diffraction patterns
21 Nov 2016. NUS researchers observed the crystallisation of gold particles in real time in an aqueous solution in clear violation of classical nucleation theory. Crystallisation is ubiquitous in many natural
Nanometer-sized biological molecules are difficult to resolve because they are fragile: they come apart when they are imaged with energetic x-rays or electrons. Fortunately, ultra-short x-ray laser pulses billions of