Researchers overturn previous conclusions that free-standing perovskite must be at least five layers thick
Anna Demming is a freelance science journalist.
Anna was materials editor of Physics World from 2018 to 2019 and was previously editor of the website Nanotechweb. She studied nanostructures for her PhD in the context of photonics, specifically plasmonics and scanning near-field microscopy. In her spare time she runs and performs in a Bristol-based dance theatre company.
Anna Demming argues that carbon plays a fundamental role in everything from disruptive nanotechnologies to the chemistry of life
Representatives from industry, government and academia gathered at the home of UK policy-making to wrestle with the potential economic and societal benefits of quantum technology
Algorithms help materials scientists recognize patterns in structure-function relationships
Researchers observe discrete energy levels in copper electrons caused not by electron confinement within a nanostructure but by diffraction
The UK plans to secure battery manufacture from mine to motor, bringing a projected £4.8 billion to the chemical industry by 2030