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New nanomaterial could enable new types of chemical processes in pharma, materials and chemical industries

New nanomaterial could enable new types of chemical processes in pharma, materials and chemical industries

Reactive Plasmonics researchers at King’s College London have engineered a new nanoscale device which creates a controlled stream

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Lecturer in Experimental Solid State Physics

Lecturer in Experimental Solid State Physics

Imperial College London is a world leading university whose reputation for excellence in research and teaching attracts students …

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Hot-electrons: Faraday Discussion

Hot-electrons: Faraday Discussion

Reactive Plasmonics principal investigators Anatoly Zayats and Stefan Maier to chair a Royal Society of Chemistry Faraday Discussion.

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Scientists develop ultra fast method of changing fundamental property of light

Scientists develop ultra fast method of changing fundamental property of light

Researchers from the Reactive Plasmonics team at King’s College London have developed a new method for rapidly changing …

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Images of 3D objects appear on nanostructured surface

Images of 3D objects appear on nanostructured surface

Professor Anatoly Zayat’s and Dr Alex Minovich from King’s College London have developed new 2D nano-surfaces which appear …

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Nanostrand

Nanostrand

Nanostrand is the newsletter from the Experimental Biophysics & Nanotechnology Group at King’s College London.

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King’s College London Podcast

King’s College London Podcast

Reactive Plasmonics researchers at King’s were recently recorded as part of the King’s Strategic Vision 2029

The Experimental

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Creativity @ Home

Creativity @ Home

‘You can’t use up creativity, the more you use the more you have’ Maya Angelou

 

Creativity @ …

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Advisory Board

Advisory Board

We held an Advisory Board and 12 month project meeting at King’s College London today.  It was a …

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Researcher Spotlight – Sasha Rakovich

Researcher Spotlight – Sasha Rakovich

Sasha Rakovich has recently obtained a Royal Society University Research Fellowship. She works at Imperial College London and …

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