We are working with Natalie and Alice, whose mission is to create an exemplary Science Centre in Exeter to educate, motivate and empower the public to make a difference in the world.

Here is their webpage

Our group has advised on and participated in a BBC Four Science TV programme “Order and Disorder”, presented by Professor Jim Al-Khalili. The picture shows Prof Al-Khalili with Maxwell’s demon. Details of the programme can be found here.

We’ve participated as a speaker in the Exeter Scholars programme, introducing the topic of quantum cryptography to our Scholars. The Scholars programme offers summer residentials for Year 12 students with the chance to explore different subjects at University. For more information check out this page or contact the CEMPS Outreach Team: cemps-outreach@exeter.ac.uk

Click here for Quiz questions after Scholars talk (these are not easy!)

Research Uncovered is a series of open lectures which showcase our University’s world-class research on a wider platform. It is organised by the University of Exeter’s Students’ Guild. For the spring 2017 Research Uncovered series Dr Janet Anders was chosen by students to represent the College of Engineering, Mathematics and Physical Sciences (CEMPS), one of the 6 Colleges at the University of Exeter.
Newspaper Coverage: Our research uncovering how a Quantum Maxwell demon uses information to extract work from a system has been picked up by the international press, including articles in Czech, in Turkish, in French, in Spanish and in English.
We have been involved in bringing a visually stunning quantum physics experiment right in front of the eyes of the public at science exhibitions. The picture shows a light-levitated nanosphere. More details can be found on the Quantum Workshop webpage.