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MAPS Enterprise Videos: Showcasing Exciting and Impactful work from...
At the beginning of the year MAPS enterprise, with the support of an Innovation & Enterprise Impact Acceleration Award...
i-sense continues diagnostic development during COVID-19 lockdown
In mid-March, when the UK went into lockdown, a small group of researchers were given special access to i-sense labs in London, un
London Plasmonics Forum goes digital
LCN researchers at King's, Imperial and UCL took part in the first digital London Plasmonics Forum on 11 June.
Nanomaterial solution with the potential to fight aggressive cancer
LCN Professor Julian Jones has led research into finding a nanomaterial solution which has the potential to fight aggressive breas
LCN thanks Professor Milo Shaffer, Imperial Director for the past...
The London Centre for Nanotechnology welcomed Professor Sandrine Heutz as its new Director this month, taking over the role from P
Two LCN members win prestigious FRS award
Congratulations to LCN members Molly Stevens and Iain McCulloch for being elected Fellows of the Royal Society. Molly is...
ERC funding for levitated micro-electro-mechanical systems
LCN researchers at King’s have received €150,000 in grant funding from the European Research Council (ERC) to develop the LeviTech
LCN welcomes its new Director at Imperial
Professor Sandrine Heutz, Professor of Functional Molecular Materials in the Department of Materials has accepted appointment as D
LCN research activities carry on during lockdown
The cogs of research are still spinning for LCN researchers despite the challenges they are facing due to COVID-19.
Computer labs redeployed towards global coronavirus research
King's College London's Faculty of Natural & Mathematical Science’s (NMS) Computing Support team is taking part in a global...
The LCN and COVID-19
All three partner institutions in the LCN (King's College London, Imperial and UCL) have now moved to fully remote working in resp
LCN announces two collaborative PhD studentships
The LCN has announced two studentships to support new collaborations across the network. The announcement follows an internal call
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