19 Oct 2021
We’ve met again – a report from the Annual Meeting 2021
Finally, the NanoLund community could arrange for an annual meeting at the same venue. The theme of the meeting was ”Light for Nano – Nano for Light”.
1 Oct 2021
14 NanoLund PhD students kick off nanoscience research for sustainability
The students were recruited internationally during the pandemic. Now, with restrictions eased, it was finally possible to have a kick-off meeting, interact and identify synergies ...
8 Sep 2021
Successful experiment with microwaves could result in better quantum computers
A pioneering nano experiment has resulted in a new and very efficient microwave photon detector – possibly accelerating future quantum computers.
7 Jul 2021
Sustainable energy and new ways of finding and curing diseases – nanoscience places Sweden at the forefront
With nanoscience, we possess the keys to many solutions for the planet as well as for the human race.
23 Jun 2021
NanoLund Annual Report 2020
2020 turned out to be a year like no other. Read all about how NanoLund performed this special year in our annual report.
21 Jun 2021
Twelve PhD students graduate in the use of nanomaterials for sustainable energy
The public defense of the last student in the PhD4Energy project, Hailiang Xu, is an opportunity for us at NanoLund to take stock of how it went.
8 Jun 2021
Lead halide perovskites – a horse of a different color
NanoLund develops a new methodology for the study of lead halide perovskites with Russian Academy of Science and Technical University of Dresden.
26 May 2021
The NanoLund spin-off company Glo AB acquired by Nanosys
Leading California-based company within quantum dot light-emitting materials and technology, Nanosys, has acquired NanoLund spin-off company.
3 May 2021
Solved nano mystery aiming to help achieving sustainability goals
A research team has succeeded in uncovering the fundamental properties of plexcitons, which were previously shrouded in mystery.
6 Apr 2021
Double innovation prize to NanoLund
NanoLund researchers Martin Hjort, Yang Chen, and Martin Borgström have been awarded the Lund University and Sparbanken Skåne’s innovation prize.