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You probably know 'nano' means very small. But why is that interesting?

This is an ideal opportunity for MSc and final year undergraduate students to learn more about this research field and pursuing a PhD in nanoscience and nanotechnology.

This event will feature talks from Kate Sanders and Johannes Osterrieth, both PhD students at the University of Cambridge, who will talk about their experience working in this multidisciplinary field and what the future could hold for someone working in the area. They will discuss the properties and applications of materials specific to the nanoscale, current advances in nanotechnology, and their PhD projects. The breadth and depth of science that may be explored in the field of nanotechnology is limitless, so this is a chance for you to get a feel for the state of the art and see where your interests fit in, as well as finding out more about opportunities for PhD study in this area. This event will also include a talk from the University of Nottingham’s careers department about pursuing a PhD, after which there will be an opportunity to meet with the speakers over tea and coffee.

Introduced by Professor Neil Champness, Professor of Chemical Nanoscience at the University of Nottingham

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