The NANOHAC group, led by Prof. Milo Shaffer, focuses on the synthesis and applications of nanomaterials, particularly carbon nanotubes and other nanocarbons. From here you can find out about the latest exciting research being undertaken by the group.
Major current projects include:
- Directed assembly of high aspect ratio nanoparticles
- "Creativity in Composites": the develoment of ductile high performance composites
- STORAGE: Multifunctional electrical energy storing composite structures
- Graphene Engineering
- Nanotoxicology studies
A list of our recent publications is available and you can get in contact with any member of the group through our people page.
If you are interested in joining the group, an up to date list of our vacancies can be found on the opportunities page.
Who we are
The group comprises over 20 researchers from all over the globe, researching nanomaterials for a vast range of applictaions, from mecahnical properties for industry to novel applications for photovoltaics and catalysis.
You can find out more about our individual research interests on our members page.
Find out what we've been up to in news.
Where to find us
The group is based in the Royal College of Science building on the South Kensington campus. See campuses and maps.