Leiden Institute of Physics
The Leiden Institute of Physics is an internationally oriented institute for research and education in Physics.
Research at the Leiden Institute of Physics covers a broad spectrum of subjects, ranging from cosmology to the mechanics of DNA, from the physics of jamming in granular materials to quantum nano-science, from protein folding to superlubricity. All topics are covered by joined efforts in theory and experiment. Further, the development of novel world-class instrumentation is signature for LION’s experimental research effort.
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