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Continuous flow synthesis of perovskite nanoparticles for optoelectronic applications

Supervisory Team.   Prof. Antonios Kanaras/Prof. Xunli Zhang. Project description. Nanomaterials are employed in several fields of science ranging from biomedicine and the development of new diagnostic methods, to physics and engineering and the fabrication of novel devices for energy conversion and storage. Read more

Smart Flow Synthesis of Nanoparticles for Healthcare Applications

VACANCY INFORMATION. The UCL Department of Chemical Engineering is one of the top research and teaching chemical engineering departments in the world, and has an extensive research portfolio across a wealth of areas, from the molecular scale to the scale of pilot and industrial plants (. Read more

Analysis of Magnetically Susceptible Nanoparticles via confocal and fluorescence spectroscopy

  Research Group: Chemistry and Biosciences
A project is requested for a student to design a device capable of studying medically targeted nanoparticles (with potential applications in cancer therapy) under both microscopic and fluorescence devices. Read more

Phytomining of Nanoparticles (PHYONA)”

Applications are invited for our EPSRC funded Doctoral Training Partnership (DTP) PhD studentships that will support six (6) research projects starting 1 October 2022. Read more

Bioinspired theranostic probes based on conjugated polymer nanoparticles

Theranostics is a recently-emerged research field which explores the possibility of combining diagnosis and therapy of a patient into a single treatment, minimising the time taken between the two processes and therefore leading to better outcomes and significantly reduced side effects. Read more

Multifunctional hybrid porous silica nanoparticles for stimuli-responsive delivery of novel antimicrobial agents

  Research Group: School of Physics and Astronomy
The rapid emergence of multidrug-resistant superbugs poses a serious global health and socioeconomic threat. This project builds upon our expertise in the facile and scalable synthesis of novel, highly uniform porous silica nanoparticles for drug delivery. Read more

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