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The MNP group enjoyed a weekend in Selside in April during which current research projects were presented, a leisurely walk around the surrounding area…
Last night, some members of the MNP group took a trip to the Red Chilli in Leeds to celebrate the first social event of the year.
Physics of Life Network in collaboration with the University of Leeds ran a short conference back in November with a focus on Life in Extreme Environments. The conference was chaired by Dr Lorna Dougan from the Molecular and Nanoscale research group in the School of Physics and Astronomy at Leeds. Delegates from the field met…
Congratulations Andrew Harvie for winning the prize for the best poster at the Nanoparticles with Morphological and Functional Anisotropy: Faraday Discussion!
The Leeds Microbubble Consortium are once again hosting the Symposium at Weetwood Hall, Leeds. The Symposium will run from Monday 18th July to Tuesday 19th July and will include talks on Fabrication, Characterisation and Translational Applications from a variety of speakers. We are pleased to announce that the following speakers have been confirmed: Professor John Callan,…
Ellen Kendrick, a postgraduate student in the Molecular and Nanoscale Physics group here at Leeds has presented her raw data in the form of a snowflake. Ellen used data from an actual single molecule protein, which was unfolding at the time and created a beautiful piece of art work, suitable for this cold weather. Dr…
Dr Dougan speaks at IoP conference 10 September 2015 Dr Lorna Dougan from the Molecular & Nanoscale Physics group recently gave a talk at the Institute of Physics Conference at Manchester. Dr Dougan’s talk covered ‘Single molecule studies of proteins from extremophile organisms’, which is relevant to Dougan’s current field of research. The conference is…
Dr Kellye Curtis is helping to organise the Leeds EPSRC Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Facility (LENNF) Winter School. The School is free and open to all PhDs with a relevant background in the fields covered from any UK University. It will include lectures, demonstrations and Q&A sessions about the equipment and techniques available through the facility….
The School of Physics and Astronomy hosted a 4 day Ogden Trust Physics Summer School this week, with 30 AS-level physics students from across the wide Yorkshire area attending. The event was aimed at high achieving students, and included a mix of workshops and lectures designed to challenge and improve their mathematical skills. Students also…