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April 2024

Dr Junjie Liu

Welcome Dr Junjie Liu

Centre for Experimental and Applied Physics

4 April 2024

We are pleased to welcome Dr Junjie Liu to Queen Mary University of London. Junjie Liu completed his PhD in Physics at the University of Florida in 2012. During his PhD he investigated quantum tunnelling of magnetisation in molecular nanomagnets. His pioneering work included the first discovery of transverse anisotropy-induced slow ... [more]


March 2024

A quantum interference enhanced single-molecule transistor. Credit by: Chen, Z., et al/Nature Nanotechnology

Quantum interference could lead to smaller, faster, and more energy-efficient transistors

Centre for Experimental and Applied Physics

25 March 2024

Researchers develop new single-molecule transistor that uses quantum interference. An international team of researchers from Queen Mary University of London, the University of Oxford, Lancaster University, and the University of Waterloo have developed a new single-molecule transistor that uses quantum interference to control the flow of electrons. The transistor, which ... [more]

New research grant on CO2 mineralization

Centre for Chemical Research

17 March 2024

Queen Mary University of London have been awarded a new research grant "Optimizing CO2 mineralization: from atomistic detail to reactor design " by the Leverhulme Trust. The project, which will be directed by Dr Di Tommaso and Dr Chass from the Centre for Chemical Research, has a value of £349k and ... [more]

Welcome to Dr David Ayuso

Centre for Chemical Research

14 March 2024

We are pleased to welcome Dr David Ayuso to Queen Mary University of London and the Centre for Chemical Research. David Ayuso obtained his PhD from Universidad Autónoma de Madrid in 2015, with Alicia Palacios and Fernando Martín. His PhD focused on modelling ultrafast electronic dynamics in molecules driven ... [more]

Guests at the Night of Science and Engineering

A Night of Science and Engineering: Queen Mary showcases cutting-edge research and innovation

Faculty of Science and Engineering

3 March 2024

Queen Mary University of London held its second annual Night of Science and Engineering last evening at the university's Octagon venue. The event brought together over 200 leading industry partners, researchers, academics, policymakers, and the public, for an evening of exploration, engagement, and celebration of Queen Mary's Faculty of Science and ... [more]

Video.

New video celebrating Queen Mary's outstanding science and engineering

Faculty of Science and Engineering

1 March 2024

A new video has been released featuring academic staff, post doctural research assistants and PhD students talking about the amazing science and engineering that they undertake at Queen Mary University of London and how this is underpinned by our diversity and core values. [more]