King’s College London joins the London Centre for Nanotechnology
King’s College London has joined UCL and Imperial College London as a member of the London Centre of Nanotechnology. Following a launch […]
King’s College London has joined UCL and Imperial College London as a member of the London Centre of Nanotechnology. Following a launch event on 3 September 2018, addressed by the Deputy Mayor of London for Business Rajesh Agrawal as well as speakers from all three institutions, the universities will now build on the work the Centre. The LCN, of which our CDT-ACM is a key part, is a UK-based multidisciplinary enterprise whose purpose is to solve global problems in information processing, healthcare, energy and the environment through the application of nanoscience and nanotechnology.
King’s will bring multi-disciplinary expertise and cutting-edge equipment to the partnership, especially in the areas of high-resolution optical imaging, nanobiology and nanophotonics. Its world-leading scientists will complement UCL and Imperial’s existing expertise across medicine, materials, chemistry, physics, electrical and electronic engineering, and earth sciences.
Read more about the LCN and King’s College London here