Thin films surfaces and interfaces

In a collaborative work between the LCN, University of York and the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, scientists have discover
Graphene has been widely touted as a potential replacement for silicon in the next generation of electronic circuits.
New nanoscale electronic state discovered on graphene sheets Researchers from the London Centre for Nanotechnology have discove
18th November 2011 Reporting in Nature this week, a team of researchers from the UK and Japan, including Professor Alex Shluger
Differential stress induced by thiol adsorption on facetted nanocrystals When putting together a medical sensor for blood protein.
Ice exhibits a phenomenon known as pre-melting which was first alluded to by Michael Faraday in his ‘regelation' experiments...
Complementary metal oxide semiconductor technology using paper Complementary metal oxide semiconductor (CMOS) circuit based on n-t

Nick Quirke

Nick is Professor of Chemical Physics at Imperial College, London. His group conducts theoretical and experimental research in the general area of nanomaterials with particular interest in their interaction with biomaterials and bionanotechnology. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry, and the Institute of Nanotechnology, Editor-in-Chief of the international Journals, Molecular Simulation, and the Journal of Experimental Nanoscience.

Computer simulations reveal in the most exquisite detail how salt crystals dissolve in water. Salt dissolution has a resonance wit
Monopole defects and magnetic Coulomb blockade Ladak et al., New Journal of Physics 2011Magnetic monopoles, predicted by Dirac, en