Living Light 2018: Conference Report
AbstractLiving Light is a biennial conference focused on all aspects of light–matter interaction in biological organisms with a broad, interdisciplinary outlook. The 2018 edition was held at the Møller Centre in Cambridge, UK, from April 11th to April 14th, 2018. Living Light’s main goal is to bring together researchers from different backgrounds (e.g., biologists, physicists and engineers) in order to discuss the current state of the field and sparkle new collaborations and new interdisciplinary projects. With over 90 national and international attendees, the 2018 edition of the conference was strongly multidisciplinary: oral and poster presentations encompassed a wide range of topics ranging from the evolution and development of structural colors in living organisms and their genetic manipulation to the study of fossil photonic structures. View Full-Text
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Onelli, O.D.; Wilts, B.D.; Vignolini, S. Living Light 2018: Conference Report. Biomimetics 2018, 3, 11.
Onelli OD, Wilts BD, Vignolini S. Living Light 2018: Conference Report. Biomimetics. 2018; 3(2):11.Chicago/Turabian Style
Onelli, Olimpia D.; Wilts, Bodo D.; Vignolini, Silvia. 2018. "Living Light 2018: Conference Report." Biomimetics 3, no. 2: 11.
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