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Astrophysics Relocation

After a 2.5 year 'temporary' residency at Hampstead Rd, we are pleased to update that the Astrophysics Group has finally moved back to Gower Street. The Group is now located in offices that the spread 2nd and 3rd floor of the Pearson Building, and 4th floor of the Lewis building. More...

Hexagonal carbon nitride nanosheets gently dissolve into solution over time (left), producing luminescent, defect free 2d-nanosheets (right).

Glowing nanosheets created by UCL-led team

A team of researchers led by UCL Chemistry  and UCL Physics & Astronomy have shown that two-dimensional (2D) nanomaterials, which can be used to create LEDs (light emitting diodes) or solar cells, can be made by the simple, but unconventional, method of dissolution. More...

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MAPS Faculty Teaching Awards 2017

Each year the Mathematical and Physical Sciences Faculty recognises excellence in teaching by staff and teaching assistants at all levels within the faculty through the Faculty Teaching Awards.
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UCL’s first satellite ‘UCLSat’ launched

UCLSat, a satellite designed and built by UCL engineers and scientists, has been launched today from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre in India as part of an international mission called QB50. More...

Prof Hiranya Peiris - Oskar Klein Centre

12 September 2016

Congratulations to Prof Hiranya Peiris on her recent appointment to Director of the prestigious Oskar Klein Centre for Cosmoparticle Physics in Stockholm, starting in October 2016.

Her new position means that Hiranya will be sharing her time (~50/50) between the Oskar Klein Centre  and UCL for up to 5 years. Please see the link below for more details on the Oskar Klein Centre and its directorship: http://okc.albanova.se/blog/welcome-the-new-director/

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