LCN researcher wins the 2013 IoP Moseley Medal

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Dr John Morton, Reader in Nanoelectronics and Nanophotonics at the London Centre for Nanotechnology has today been awarded the 2013 Moseley Medal and Prize from the Institute of Physics.

This prize is awarded to early-career researchers for exceptional work in experimental physics and Dr. Morton wins this for his contributions to experimental quantum control of electron and nuclear spins towards applications in quantum technologies.

On winning the prisze, Dr. Morton said “"In my career so far, I've been very fortunate to work with fantastic individuals across both ends of the spectrum: from the expert gurus in the field, to bright and enthusiastic students. A big thanks to all these people, and of course to the IoP!"

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