LCN Professor Harris Makatsoris, has been awarded for his work on the production of synthetic RNA vaccines against the Coronavirus
A new study discusses the use of Nanotechnology to combat pandemics and infectious diseases. The COVID-19 pandemic has raised...
  At the beginning of the year MAPS enterprise, with the support of an Innovation & Enterprise Impact Acceleration Award...
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
LCN researchers at King's, Imperial and UCL took part in the first digital London Plasmonics Forum on 11 June.
LCN Professor Julian Jones has led research into finding a nanomaterial solution which has the potential to fight aggressive breas
The London Centre for Nanotechnology welcomed Professor Sandrine Heutz as its new Director this month, taking over the role from P
  Congratulations to LCN members Molly Stevens and Iain McCulloch for being elected Fellows of the Royal Society.  Molly is...
LCN researchers at King’s have received €150,000 in grant funding from the European Research Council (ERC) to develop the LeviTech
Professor Sandrine Heutz, Professor of Functional Molecular Materials in the Department of Materials has accepted appointment as D
The cogs of research are still spinning for LCN researchers despite the challenges they are facing due to COVID-19.
King's College London's Faculty of Natural & Mathematical Science’s (NMS) Computing Support team is taking part in a global...