12/2010 Small published our article entitled "Receptor-Mediated Interactions between Colloidal Gold
Nanoparticles and Human Umbilical Vein Endothelial Cells"
11/2010 Dorota Bartczak received her PhD degree
10/2010 Ms. Agathi Christofidou joined the group for postgraduate studies
09/2010 The group is now on Twitter with the login name "nanogroup07"
09/2010 Antonios was awarded a £12k Royal Society International Joint Project grant in collaboration with Prof. Liberato Manna
in the Italian Institute of Technology, Genoa. This budget will allow bilateral visits to conduct a 2 year research project. The
title of the project is "Advanced and cost-effective nanomaterials for energy conversion".
09/2010 Our group participates in a collaborative project, with the Muskens (Physics) and Elliot (Medicine) groups, that won the first poster prize at the prestigious
Photon10 event. The poster was entitled "Spatial Modulation Microscopy for Bio-Imaging".
09/2010 Antonios will give a presentation at the NANO2010 international conference in Rome
08/2010 Three new publications from the group are now online-click on the 'Selected Publications' tab
07/2010 A multidisciplinary grant was awarded to perform cutting edge research at the life sciences interface. For more info see the School's site
06/2010 A recent publication of our group was posted in Nanotechnology news. For more information see the link
06/2010 Ms.Sabine Abb, a third year undergraduate student from the University of Tubingen, Germany, will join the group from 1st of July -30th of September for a training placement
05/2010 Antonios Kanaras was appointed visiting professor at the Foundation of Research and Technology (FORTH) in Greece
Antonios will visit the Nanotechnology facilities at the Greek Institute and engage in establishment of new collaborations
04/2010 Bartczak and Kanaras will present recent group research results at the NanaX4 conference in Munich
04/2010 Rute Fernandes, a 1st year PhD student, will attend the summer nanotechnology school at Oxford
03/2010 Dorota Bartczak won a PhD plus fellowship awarded by the University of Southampton.
9/03/2010 The group wins the Mendel medal in Biological and Biomedical Sciences at the SET for BRITAIN 2010 event.
Ms. Dorota Bartczak, a 3rd year PhD student in our group, won the Mendel medal at a poster presentation for our
work entitled "Cellular Functions Controlled by Nanoparticles".
For more details click here School's site
and here University's site