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Royal Society Pairing Scheme – A Week in Westminster
Earlier this year, LCN Executive Board Member Dr Eileen Gentleman, participated in the Royal Society Pairing Scheme Week in Westmi
Molly Stevens elected to prestigious American Academy
LCN Professor Molly Stevens has been elected to be one of the 37 new International Honorary Members of the Academy from 16 countri
Nano book gets top US prize
The book Nano: The Spectacular Science of the Very (Very) Small authored by LCN scientist Dr Jess Wade has been awarded the silver
LCN researcher leads £10million EPSRC grant investigating light-driven...
Could the world’s most abundant energy source – light – solve one of the most pressing demands for a sustainable society, reducing
Solving global environmental problems with Sustainable materials
LCN Researchers have mapped out how we can develop the crucial materials we need for everyday life in a more sustainable way.
Professor Bill Lee presented Wendell D. Weart Lifetime Career Achievement...
LCN Professor Bill Lee has been awarded the Wendell D.
2022 Blavatnik Awards for Young Scientists in the UK
LCN researcher Dr Kim Jelfs has been named a laureate in the 2022 Blavatnik Awards for Young Scientists in the UK, winning an unre
Dr Robert Hoye awarded €1.5 million ERC funding
Congratulations to LCN researcher Dr Robert Hoye, who has been awarded €1.5 million ERC funding to research harvesting energy...
Horizon 2020 project ‘GreenDiamond’ awarded ‘Star of Europe’...
Professor Richard Jackman has received the "Star of Europe" 2021 Trophy for his EU funded project "GreenDiamond" in collaboration.
LCN engineer leading research project on rapid vaccine manufacture
Professor Harris Makatsoris, Professor of Sustainable Manufacturing Systems at King's College London, has secured funding under th
Mechanics of Life Doctoral Scholarship Programme Launches
The Mechanics of Life Doctoral Scholarship Programme was launched at King's College London last week. With the aim of...
Sharpest images ever reveal the patchy face of living bacteria
The sharpest images ever of living bacteria have been recorded by LCN researchers, revealing the complex architecture of the prote
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