Nottingham Nanocarbon Group

"New record for the world’s smallest periodic table"
via Chemistry World, March 2019

Reactions in tiny containers - towards the world's smallest coaxial cable
published in Small Methods (full text here), a journal focussed on "cutting-edge developments in experimental approaches to the production of nano- and microscale materials", July 2017

Caught on camera - chemical reactions 'filmed' at the single-molecule level
published in ACS Nano (full text here), a "flagship nanoscience and nanotechnology journal", as ACS Editor's Choice due to its "potential for broad public interest", March 2017

Royal Society exhibition "Wonder in Carbon Land: Build Your Own Bucky Balls"
a Royal Society exhibit in June-July 2008 that has since become a fixture at UoN Chemistry open days

New Scientist "Smallest 'Test Tube' scoops World Record'"
the cover page story in Chemical Communication, September 2005 (vol. 0, p. 37-39)

Chemistry World Letters "Record Breaking Test Tubes"
a letter by A. Khlobystov and D. Britz, Chemistry World, July 2005 (vol. 2. no. 7, p. 29)

Chemical & Engineering News in Nanotechnology & Materials section
in Chemistry Highlights 2004 Chemical & Engineering News, December 2004 (vol. 82, iss. 51, pp. 53-61)

"Polymerizing Peas in a Pod"
Editor's Choice: Highlights of the Recent Literature, Science, December 2004 (vol. 306, no. 5703, p. 1863)

"Polymer Made in a Nano Test Tube"
Chemical & Engineering News, November 2004 (vol. 82, no. 48, p. 7)

Chemistry World "Novel Applications Line Up Like Peas in a Pod"
Chemistry World, August 2004, (vol. 1, p. 9)

"Functionalised C60 Peas in a Pod"
Chemical & Engineering News, January 2004 (vol. 82, no. 4 p. 12)

BBC News "Tiny Carbon Cylinders Set Record"
BBC report on the "smallest test tubes known to science", November 2004