The Oxford Nuclear Orientation Group (NOG) is based in the Clarendon Laboratory, Oxford. We carry out experimental and theoretical work on the behaviour of nuclei far from stability at milliKelvin temperatures.

One of the current research area is the Quantum Tunneling study of particle emission at milliKelvin temperatures here in Oxford.

Are you busy to find out all about us? Then try this simple summary page. It will give some pretty good idea on what we are doing now!

Do you want to find out more?

Please send all comments and suggestions to y.koh1@physics.oxford.ac.uk

This page was updated on 25 January 2001 by Dr.Y.Koh