To the Nottingham Nanoscience group website
The group is part of the School of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Nottingham, UK. Our research interests span a range of exciting and topical themes in state-of-the-art nanoscale science. Housed in a suite of recently refurbished laboratories containing an excellent equipment base, our core activities are focused on understanding and controlling the structure and behaviour of condensed matter on length scales ranging from the single molecule limit to micron dimensions.
Visualizing the ‘Invisible’
Co-localised Raman and force spectroscopy reveal the roles of hydrogen bonds and π-π interactions in defining the mechanical properties of diphenylalanine nano- and micro-tubes
Bimolecular porous supramolecular networks deposited from solution on layered materials: graphite, boron nitride and molybdenum disulphide
Charge transfer from an adsorbed ruthenium-based photosensitizer through an ultra-thin aluminium oxide layer and into a metallic substrate
A full list of publications can be found here.
Sam Jarvis wins Young Scientist prize at ICSOS-11
Congratulations to Sam Jarvis for winning the Young Scientist prize at the recent 11th International Conference on the Structure of Surfaces at the University of Warwick.
Dave Farmer is runner up in IoP National finals 3 Minute Wonder Competition
The contestants were given 3 minutes in which to amaze and dazzle the audience by explaining their current research. Each talk was judged by a panel of 4 experts in a Strictly Come Dancing style score out of ten.
Philipp Rahe joins the Nanoscience group with Marie Curie Fellowship
The group is delighted to welcome Dr. Philipp Rahe who joins the group as a Marie Skłodowska Curie Research Fellow.
A full list of news items can be found here.