Centre for NanoScience Research

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Our work

This is a photo of a surface balance

We specialize in:

  • surface modification for nanopatterning and biosensors
  • design and evaluation of self-assembled hierarchical nanostructures
  • developing nanomaterials for biological and environmental separations
  • novel non-linear optical and opto-materials
  • novel devices utilizing natural energy conversion processes

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Who we are...

The Centre for NanoScience Research comprises faculty members from the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry and the Department of Physics and seeks to foster and promote interdisciplinary research collaborations in nanoscale science. The confluence of chemists, biochemists and physicists produces a rich interchange of ideas especially at the biochemical frontier.

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Interested in taking a course in Nanoscience? We are offering:


This module-based course covers the areas of production, characterization and applications of nanoscale structures/materials.

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The Centre for NanoScience Research provides access to state-of-the-art instrumentation.


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