Based on the REF 2014 GPA Scores, Times Higher Education ranked Strathclyde as number one in the UK for physics research.
In a recent paper in Physical Review Letters, John Jeffers shows how two separate beam splitters, each with 50% loss, can display joint coherent absorption when neither does it individually.
A team of researchers from the UK and France have published research in Nature Electronics demonstrating that it may well be possible to build a quantum computer from conventional silicon-based electronic components.
Robert Cameron has received a prestigious award from the Royal Society to investigate how molecular chirality can be better harnessed to make food healthier and drugs more effective.
Register now for this event (3 - 4:30pm in JA 3.17) featuring a keynote talk from Dr. Sara Shinton (Head of Researcher Development, University of Edinburgh), followed by a panel discussion focussed on topics relating to resilience & wellbeing in academia.
Thinking of studying Physics in 2020? Register with the link above and come along to our Undergraduate Open Evening on Wednesday 23rd October at 6:30pm in JA 3.14 to find out more.