Welcome to the BCFN
A world-leading interdisciplinary training centre for PhD and MSc studies in Functional Nanomaterials. Practical expert solutions for industry with a single academic point of contact.
- Bristol Centre for Functional Nanomaterials Annual Conference 2017 4 October 2017
- BCFN student Laura fox wins prize at ECIS Conference 22 September 2017
- INASCON 2017 a great success! 22 September 2017
B. Nancolas, I. D. Bull, R. Stenner, V. Dufour, and P. Curnow, “Saccharomyces cerevisiae Atf1p is an alcohol acetyltransferase and a thioesterase in vitro,” Yeast 34 (6) 239–251 (2017).
R. O. Moreno, E. K. Penott-Chang, B. Rojas de Gascue, and A. J. Mueller, “The effect of the solvent employed in the synthesis of hydrogels of poly (acrylamide-co-methyl methacrylate) on their structure, properties and possible biomedical applications,” Eur. Polym. J. 88 148–160 (2017).
B. T. Miles, A. B. Greenwood, D. Benito-Alifonso, H. Tanner, M. C. Galan, P. Verkade, and H. Gersen, “Direct Evidence of Lack of Colocalisation of Fluorescently Labelled Gold Labels Used in Correlative Light Electron Microscopy,” Sci Rep 7 44666 (2017).