Research Highlights

Two-dimensional single-crystal metals have long been coveted for their potential to drive next-generation technologies, as they of
A new, greener and cheaper method to accelerate chemical reactions has been developed by LCN scientists at King’s College London..
Unleashing the power of extreme-ultraviolet (EUV) light, scientists from UCL and the Paul Scherrer Institute, EPFL, and ETHZ in Sw
LCN researchers from the School of Biomedical Engineering & Imaging Sciences at King's College London have published a new stu
Soft X-rays enable scientists to visualise non-invasively the electronic properties of ultra-thin dopant layers buried within semi
A breakthrough in the field of quantum dot (QD) synthesis has been achieved by LCN researchers based in the Department of Physics
An experiment conducted by LCN researchers in the Department of Physics, King’s College London, has revealed for the first time...
Thursday 19th January 2023 Fig. 1b. [Budd et al., 2023]: Lateral flow tests. Timeline of key advances in...
A recent study published in Communications Chemistry has uncovered new insights into the process of lipid peroxidation and...
In a recent study published in the IEEE Photonics Journal, Vittorio Aita and Professor Anatoly Zayats from the Photonics and Nanot
LCN researchers at King’s have proposed a new design for future microscopic vehicles powered by light. Published in Optics Letter
Mechanobiology is an emerging multidisciplinary field that investigates how physical forces and changes in the mechanical proper