The NML Researcher Award is established to recognize research excellence in the field of nano and micro science, with special consideration for those who have continuously made outstanding contributions to the development of science in last three years.
Applications are invited for a Research Associate in Fluctuation-induced exotic phases of quantum matter
Applications are invited for a Communications and Administration Co-ordinator
Mobile phone-connected HIV tests, which link to online prevention and medical care are being developed by LCN-based i-sense researchers, for use in South African communities hardest hit by HIV.
The new £600K m-Africa collaboration, for which funding was announced today by the Medical Research Council (MRC), aims to build low-cost and user-friendly, mobile diagnostic tests for HIV, and explore the use of an online app that allows a person testing to get their results and care, and potentially access to HIV drugs, from within their local community.
The work of LCN researcher, Dr Alice Pyne has been featured in a high-profile webinar, celebrating the 30th anniversary of the Nobel Prize in Scanning Tunnelling Microscopy (STM) and the 30th anniversary since the first paper in Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM).
Professor John Morton, LCN Professor in Nanoelectronics and Nanophotonics, has been awarded the prestigious 2016 Raymond and Beverley Sacker International Prize in Physical Science for his ‘outstanding and imaginative applications of magnetic resonance to quantum information storage and processing’.
Applications are invited for the post of Research Associate
Informal enquiries can be made to Dr Hidekazu Kurebayashi