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EPSRC CDT in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (NanoDTC)

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Research Highlights

See examples of our current students' research: solar fuels, metamaterials, cancer therapy, graphene, and more. See About the NanoDTC -> Students' Research

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Nano^Art

Established artists and emerging scientists explore the nano domain of the very small in this themed discussion. How do we perceive and interpret processes that are very far from everyday human experience and physical realities?

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Prospective Students

We welcome applicants from across Physical Sciences including Chemistry, Physics, Materials and Engineering. Entry into this prestigious programme is very competitive, and will take into account qualifications, aspirations and experience. Please click on 'Read More' below for further details on how to apply.

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Student Publications

Our students have been involved in new and exciting research and have published in leading journals. The interdisciplinary work is being cited widely and spread around high impact journals including Nature Chemistry, Nature Communications, JACS, Angewandte Chemie, Applied Physics Letters, ACS Nano, Nano Letters, Advanced Materials, Nature Protocols, PloS one, and many others.

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Students and Associates visit FlexEnable

May 04, 2016

NanoDTC Students and Associates learned more about an entrepreneurial start-up that originated from research at the University of Cambridge.

NanoDTC student research on Science Journal Cover

Mar 25, 2016

c2012 student Luis Pazos' first author research paper on "Photon recycling in lead iodide perovskite solar cells" has been chosen as the cover article for Science this week.

EPSRC Photo Competition Prize

Mar 23, 2016

NanoDTC Associate Katarzyna Sokol has been awarded second place in the EPSRC Science Photography Competition 2015.

Set for Britain Silver Award

Mar 21, 2016

Congratulations to Rox Middleton (c2013) for winning the silver award at this year's Set for Britain poster competition for "Biomimetic Optical Materials made of Cellulose"