News from 2021
“A life-saving technology”: Portable gamma ray camera that could speed up cancer diagnosis could hit the market in as little as 18 months
Uruguay, prosthetic skin, and a portable gamma ray camera that could help speed up cancer diagnosis… Loughborough physicist, Dr Bugby discusses her research on the latest episode of Cuppa With a Scientist.
Graphene research sounds out new possibilities for electronic technologies
Loughborough physicist Dr Mark Greenaway is part of a team of researchers that have revealed that sonic boom and Doppler-shifted sound waves can be created in a graphene transistor, giving new insights into this world-famous material and its potential for use in nanoscale electronic technologies.
Distinguished Loughborough Alumnus to give careers Q&A
One of Loughborough’s most successful graduates, Dipesh Patel, will be sharing his career insights and work in leadership, tech, AI and internet of things in this one-off online Careers Q&A which is open to all students and staff to attend on Thursday 25 February, 5.00pm-5.45pm.