Category: News

  1. Nobel Prize in Physics 2018

    The Nobel Prize in Physics was shared this year between American Arthur Ashkin, Frenchman Gérard Mourou and Canadian Donna Strickland share annual award for advances in laser physics.

    Ashkin, an affiliate of Bell Laboratories in New Jersey, won for his development of “optical tweezers”,…

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  2. King’s College London joins powerhouse of nanotechnology research

    King’s College London is joining with the London Centre for Nanotechnology to use the power of nanotechnology to confront global healthcare, energy and environmental challenges.King’s has joined two of the capital’s leading universities, UCL and Imperial College London, as partners…

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  3. Summer Science Exhibition Lates at the Royal Society

    On the 3rd July, researchers form the Photonics & Nanotechnology group at King’s College London made the short trip down the Strand to showcase their high quality research to members of the public at the  Summer Science Exhibition Lates at the Royal Society. The demonstrations revolved…

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  4. London Light Launch &International Day of Light

    On Wednesday 9th May scientists and non-scientists gathered at King’s College London to celebrate the launch of London Light and also the International Day of  Light.

    The International Day of Light is a global initiative that provides an annual focal point for the continued appreciation …

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  5. 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 as realistic 3D objects – including shading and shadows – using cutting edge nano-engineering. The research was carried out  alongside Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität…

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  6. New nanomaterial engineered at King’s College London

    Researchers at King’s College London have engineered a new nanoscale device which creates a controlled stream of ‘hot electrons’ – high energy electrons which allow unusual chemical reactions to take place. This could open up new research avenues for pharma, chemicals and materials industries.

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  7. Hot-electrons: Faraday Discussion

    Over the last 10 years, the field of plasmonic research has emerged as an extremely promising technology with several main fields of application: information technologies, energy, high-density data storage, photovoltaics, chemistry, biology, medicine and security. One of the most prominent…

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