Mike Dunne

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374 PERSPECTIVES tion, has been known for nearly two decades (2). The light takes the form of odd harmonics —that is, odd multiples of the driving laser frequency. Harmonic frequencies greater than 100 times the laser frequency have been observed in a single spectrum. This extreme phenomenon was not predicted before its initial observation, and it seems to(More)
  • Andrew Taylor, Mike Dunne, Steve Bennington, Stuart Ansell, Ian Gardner, Peter Norreys +3 others
  • 2007
We review the potential to develop sources for neutron scattering science and propose that a merger with the rapidly developing field of inertial fusion energy could provide a major step-change in performance. In stark contrast to developments in synchrotron and laser science, the past 40 years have seen only a factor of 10 increase in neutron source(More)
OBJECTIVES Current outcome measures in cardiac surgery are largely described in terms of mortality. Given the changing demographic profiles and increasingly aged populations referred for cardiac surgery this may not be the most appropriate measure. Postoperative quality of life is an outcome of importance to all ages, but perhaps particularly so for those(More)
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