New Publication: 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 interfaces, particle wrapping, and biocatalytic […]

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New Publication: Novel circuit design for high-impedance and non-local electrical measurements of two-dimensional materials

Jake Mehew‘s work on an optical isolator circuit which grants access to high-impedance states by electrically decoupling the current-injection from the voltage-sensing circuitry has recently been published in AIP Review of Scientific Instruments: “Two-dimensional materials offer a novel platform for the development of future quantum technologies. However, the electrical characterisation of topological insulating states, non-local […]

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New Publication: A new class of magnetically actuated pumps and valves for microfluidic applications

has published his latest article on “A new class of magnetically actuated pumps and valves for microfluidic applications” in Scientific Reports in Jan 2018. The research team proposes a new class of magnetically actuated pumps and valves that could be incorporated into microfluidic chips with no further external connections. The idea is to repurpose ferromagnetic […]

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New Publication: A facile synthesis of porous graphene for efficient water and wastewater treatment

Tanveer Tabish has recently published an article on A facile synthesis of porous graphene for efficient water and wastewater treatment in Nature’s Scientific Reports: The use of two-dimensional graphene-based materials in water treatment has recently gained significant attention due to their unique electronic and thermal mobility, high surface area, high mechanical strength, excellent corrosion resistance […]

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New Publication: The true potential of the Weyl particle – A publication in Science

The quest to understand a variety of intriguing phenomena that may advance progress towards the next generation of computing has taken a quantum leap.  Through the science of metamaterials, quantum physics and the mathematics of topology, a team of scientists , including researchers from University of Exeter, have been exploring the properties of so called […]

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Latest publications

Please see below some of our PGRs’ latest publications – all publications will be updated on our website later this month. T.C. Collier, V.A. Saroka, M.E. Portnoi Turning Terahertz transitions in a double-gated quantum ring Physical Review B S. Cheng, N.H. Mahlmeister, I.J. Luxmoore, G.R. Nash Metamaterial-based graphene thermal emitter Nano Research N. T. Taylor, […]

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New publication

Congratulations to Tanveer Tabish – he has just published an article in Redox Biology:  ‘Developing the Next Generation of Graphene-based Platforms for Cancer Therapeutics: the Potential Role of Reactive Oxygen Species’. Graphene has a promising future in applications such as disease diagnosis, cancer therapy, drug/gene delivery, bio-imaging and antibacterial approaches owing to graphene’s unique physical, […]

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New publications

Congratulations to Julia and Tanveer for their latest publications! Julia De Pineda Gutiérrez published her article on A broadband metasurface luneburg lens for microwave surface waves in Applied Physics Letters, and Tanveer Tabish published his paper on In vitro toxic effects of reduced graphene oxide nanosheets on lung cancer cells in IOPscience. Well done both! […]

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