In this post for our Online Science Exhibition, PhD student Mihir Dass from The Liedl group at LMU exhibits “Crossing origami nanorods“.
Our consortium, enabled by the ERC, brought together students from nine countries to work on projects that were designed to be part of a shared goal. At the end of this work, we students will, hopefully, attain our PhDs. However, even so, I can say that none of us will arguably have the same story to tell at the end of this journey, even though we are broadly working in similar fields with noteworthy PIs.
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