New Paper: “Time‐Resolved Fluorescence Anisotropy of a Molecular Rotor Resolves Microscopic Viscosity Parameters in Complex Environments”
Lipid droplets are cytoplasmic organelles that store neutral lipids (e.g. triacylglycerols & sterol esters) that serve as reservoirs of energy. The neutral lipid core of...Read More "New Paper: “Time‐Resolved Fluorescence Anisotropy of a Molecular Rotor Resolves Microscopic Viscosity Parameters in Complex Environments”"
On 31 January, Irene Marzuoli, who was co-supervised by Prof. Franca Fraternali in the Randall Centre for Cell & Molecular Biology, was examined by Prof. Syma...Read More "Irene Marzuoli successfully defended her PhD thesis"
We are excited that our recent paper in which we reported the results of a multi-disciplinary investigation of the antimicrobial activity of protein pseudocapsids (ACS...Read More "Our paper on antimicrobial pseudocapsids is garnering a lot of attention"
On 18 December, Philip Ferguson, who was co-supervised by James Mason (KCL, Institute of Pharmaceutical Science), was examined by Jason Crain (IBM Research, UK) and Jake...Read More "Philip Ferguson successfully defended his PhD thesis"
On 29 November, Mateusz Bieniek conducted his PhD viva, which was examined by Dr. Paul Mulheran (University of Strathclyde) and Dr. Giorgia Brancolini (CNR NANO, Modena,...Read More "Mateusz Bieniek successfully defended his PhD thesis"
Surfactant-covered aqueous interfaces are ubiquitous in everyday life. These interfaces play a key role in various commercial products, where surfactants adsorb onto the surface of...Read More "New paper: “Structure and dynamics of nanoconfined water between surfactant monolayers”"