NanoteC conference series comes home to Sussex
The NanoteC conference series, launched in 1998 by Sir Harry Kroto and colleagues, returned to the University of Sussex this summer
Researchers rediscover new family of nanomaterials from everyday rocks
A team of researchers from the School of Mathematical and Physical Sciences have made a ground-breaking discovery, uncovering a previously dismissed...
Lucky find! How science behind epidemics helped Sussex physicists to develop state-of-the-art conductive paint
Sussex physicists find first evidence that 'explosive percolation' – seen in the transmission of viruses – can occur in nanomaterial networks
The University of Sussex scientists advancing liquid electronics
University of Sussex physicists have coated droplets in atomically-thin graphene that can be used to wrap any liquid, in liquid tech advance.
The Sussex Programme for Quantum Research launches new website
Take a virtual wander to see the latest news, current projects and applications of quantum technologies taking place at the University of Sussex.
Inking outside the box: £2 million boost for printable nanomaterial tech
A team of physicists at the University of Sussex are set to receive a £2 million boost to continue their research into applications for nanomaterials.
Graphene “nano-origami” creates tiniest microchips yet
Nanomaterial developments could lead to computers and phones running thousands of times faster.
Global audience visits the Sussex quantum labs virtually
This year the Quantum Technologies Showcase delegates visited the Sussex quantum labs virtually - and so can you!
Sussex scientists develop air quality sensor that could save the lives of babies and asthma sufferers
University of Sussex physicists have helped to develop a highly sensitive, affordable and accurate Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2) sensor.