Research Highlights

Titania has been the subject of a tremendous amount of research, most of it related to its photocatalytic applications.
Solid substances are made of atoms or ions.
Melanin is a naturally-occurring pigment that is largely responsible for skin colour.
New antibiotics are desperately needed: without them antimicrobial resistance is predicted to kill more people than cancer.
Improving the efficiency of converting sunlight into electricity is a fundamental task if humanity is to overcome its dependence o
If particles of light (photons) are trapped in a two dimensional cavity, then they can couple electron-hole pairs present in semic
Burgeoning interest for near-infrared (NIR) organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) is fuelled by the huge prospects for integration
The interaction of water on TiO2 is crucial to elucidate photocatalytic water splitting for hydrogen fuel generation.
Perovskite solar cells have been attracting great attention from the scientific and industrial communities in the past few years b
Getting to low temperature is something we take for granted today: laboratories across the world are awash with liquid nitrogen at
Lonon Centre for Nanotechnology Scientists have helped create a way to model interactions between light and twisted molecules,...
The cover of the current issue of ACS Synthetic Biology highlights the work of a research team from UCL, the LCN and NPL to engine