Polymer Nanostructures Group at The University of Sydney, Australia.
Nanoscience defines a multidisciplinary research endeavour aiming at finding new ways to tackle current issues in the fields of sustainable materials, renewable energy and the diagnosis and treatment of diseases. The ability to control the synthesis of materials at the nanoscale allows us to produce tailor-made nanomaterials with distinct properties. In our group, we are interested in finding new ways to access unprecedented polymeric and hybrid nanostructures. Our aim is to produce multifunctional nano-scale materials for applications in catalysis, energy, and nanomedicine. Polymer science provides the ideal playground for creative materials design.
We are located in the School of Chemistry, and the Key Centre for Polymers and Colloids (KCPC) - a specialised centre for polymer research and training - featuring state-of-the-art facilities for the study of polymers, soft matter and hybrid materials.
Building F11, Chemistry Building, Camperdown Campus,
School of Chemistry, Key Centre for Polymers & Colloids, and The University of Sydney Nano Institute (Sydney Nano)
The University of Sydney
Sydney NSW 2006, Australia