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Public Engagement

Many of our students' work has been cited widely in media, including:

A. Di Bernardo et. al. - p-wave triggered superconductivity in single-layer graphene on an electron-doped oxide superconductor - Nature Communications, 2017

L. Pazos-Outon et. al. -  Photon recycling in lead iodide perovskite solar cells - Science (Cover), 2016

N. Bell et. al. - Digitally encoded DNA nanostructures for multiplexed, single-molecule protein sensing with nanopores - Nature, 2016

A. Di Bernardo et. al. - Signature of magnetic-dependent gapless odd frequency states at superconductor/ferromagnet interfaces - Nature Communications, 2015

Other media / public engagement includes:

Famelab Nano - 3 minute talks on our students' research, aimed at a public audience

Nanomaterials up close - short audio-films describing our students' work

Article by Paul Clarkson in Physics Focus - 2B or not to be: can physics and theatre really collide?

 

 

 

 

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Call for Mini Project proposals

Jun 19, 2019

The NanoDTC invites Mini Project proposals from Cambridge Academics for its incoming c2019 cohort. Submission deadline is 11th Oct 2019.

40 new EPSRC studentships for NanoDTC

Feb 04, 2019

We are pleased to announce that EPSRC have awarded a new Nano CDT grant of 40 studentships for training the next generation of interdisciplinary innovative nanoscientists

Midi+PhD Project Proposals from Cambridge Academics

Dec 19, 2018

We are now accepting project proposals for Midi (May-Jul 2019) + PhD projects (starting Oct 2019) for our c2018 students. Deadline 18 Feb.

NanoDTC student paper published in Nature Comms

Dec 07, 2018

c2013 student Jasmine Rivett was the first author on the recent paper, “Long-lived polarization memory in the electronic states of lead-halide perovskites from local structural dynamics” in Nature Communications.