Investigating the bioavailability of graphene quantum dots in lung tissues via Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy

Tanveer Tabish‘s paper Investigating the bioavailability of graphene quantum dots in lung tissues via Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy has recently been published in Interface Focus (Royal Society publishing). Congratulations, Tanveer! Abstract “Biomolecular fractions affect the fate and behaviour of quantum dots (QDs) in living systems but how the interactions between biomolecules...

Viva successfully completed!

Very many congratulations to Alba Paniagua Diaz who successfully defended her PhD on Monday 10 April 2018.  Her thesis title is “Light in scattering media: active control and the exploration of intensity correlations” and she was examined by Christian Soeller (College for Engineering, Mathematics and Physical Sciences; Univeristy of Exeter)...

Riddle time!

In need of a break? Try this for a bit of a change: 6 4 2 7 4 2 0 5 8 4 X 6 8 6 4 8 Can you figure out what to replace the X with? Too easy? Got another one? Please email your riddle suggestions to...

Training and other events in April 2018

Please see below a schedule of what is happening in April 2018 – and what had to be cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances. The cancelled meetings for the CDT cohorts and the Programme Manager will be rescheduled in due course. Date Training/Event Cohort Time Venue 04.04.2018 CDT Group Meeting Group...

XM2 thesis submission by Alba Paniagua Diaz: “Light in scattering media: active control and the exploration of intensity correlations”

It is our pleasure to announce that Alba Paniagua has recently submitted her PhD thesis on “Light in scattering media: active control and the exploration of intensity correlations” (abstract below), supervised by Jacopo Bertolotti and Bill Barnes. Alba is a driven researcher with strong leadership qualities. For example, she represented...

Influence of luminescent graphene quantum dots on trypsin activity

Tanveer Tabish‘s paper Influence of luminescent graphene quantum dots on trypsin activity has been published in the International Journal of Nanomedicine: Background: Protein–graphene interactions have the potential to play a pivotal role in the future directions of nanomedicine. These interactions lead to diverse processes such as generation of protein coronas, nano–bio...

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