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Gold nanotubes and cancer

Researchers at the University of Leeds and University of Cambridge demonstrated that tiny gold nanotubes could treat cancer caused by asbestos fibres.

View on the surface of a distant planet

Dr Catherine Walsh has been awarded a Future Leader Fellowship for her work in identifying habitable environments in the Solar System.

Bragg Building Artwork

To celebrate the research of Sir William Henry Bragg, artist Sara Barker has created an original installation on the side of the faculty’s latest new development.

the membrane of a white blood cell using super-resolution microscopy.

The Wolfson Imaging Facility will be the UK’s first facility to allow researchers to view molecular interactions in real time.

Artists impression of quantum particles interacting within matter

Scientists have proven the existence of “magnon polarisation” by measuring this fundamental property of magnets for the very first time.