January 2017

Welcome to Luke, who has joined the group as postdoctoral research associate!


December 2016

Congratulations to Raquel on passing her PhD viva!  :) 

Congratulations to Dan on passing his PhD viva!


November 2016

Welcome to Amelia and Nur who will join the group as MRes students!


October 2016

Welcome to Sarah and Chiara who have joined as PhD students, Li who has joined as MRes student, Alex who has (re-) joined as an MSci student, and Grace who has joined as a BSc student! 


August 2015

Welcome to Alex who has joined as a summer student and to Katashi who will be working with us for three months.


July 2015


Congratulations to Billy who passed his PhD viva!

Welcome to Fahmida and Josh who join the group as summer students.

Congratulations to Tom who has been awarded the undergraduate 2015 Bradley-Mason Prize for Open Chemistry. Read more about it here.


June 2015

Congratulations to all the Albrecht group members who won prizes at the PG symposium held on the 30th of June.

From left to right:

Ascanio Digiacomo who was awarded Prize for Best PhD Research Poster in the Chemical Biology Section

Lucy Wilson who was awarded Runner-up Prize for Best PhD Research Poster in the Inorganic and Catalytical Section

Raquel Fraccari who was awarded Runner-up Prize for Best PhD Research Poster in the Physical and Analytical Section

Silvia di Lecce who was awarded prizes for Best PhD Research Poster in the Physical and Analytical Section and Grand Prize for the Best Overall PhD Research Poster sponsored by Elsevier -Ida Smedley-MacLen.

Congratulations to Thomas Arrow and James Milion on being awarded their MSci degrees.


February 2015

Congratulations to Mario Lemmer for winning 'Best Poster' at the Newcastle Nanoscience Symposium

Congratulations to Thomas Arrow for winning 'Best Poster' at the Science Foresight 2035 Conference held at Imperial College.

Well done Billy for his recent publication in ACS Nano: Synchronized Optical and Electronic Detection of Biomolecules Using a Low Noise Nanopore Platform

Congratulations to Philippa Nuttall on passing her PhD viva!


December 2014

Congratulations to Thomas Gibb on passing his PhD viva!

Raquel has been awarded a Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) Faraday Division grant to help attend the Biophysical Society 59th Annual Meeting in Baltimore, Maryland in February 2015.


September 2014

Congratulations to Silvia who Best Speaker at the Non-Equilibrium Simulation School (NESS).


August 2014

Congratulations to Mike for his publication on ferrocenyl/alkyne chemistry: Avoiding problem reactions at the ferrocenyl-alkyne motif: a convenient synthesis of model, redox-active complexes for molecular electronics

Integrated low-noise current amplifier for glass-based nanopore sensing has been published this month. 


May 2014

Congratulations to Tim, who has been promoted to Reader!


February 2014

Michael has been awarded a Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) Faraday Division grant to help attend the International Society of Electrochemistry (ISE) meeting ‘Interfacial Electrochemistry at Atomic, Molecular and Nanoscale Domains’ in April.

Congratulations to Azadeh Bahrami on passing her PhD viva!

Philippa who will be presenting at the 58th Biophysical Society Annual Meeting has been awarded an Institute of Physics (IOP) Research Student Conference Fund by the Biological Physics Group and an Imperial College Trust Conference Fund.


January 2014

Congratulations to Tom on his recent publication: Single Molecule Ionic Current Sensing in Segmented Flow Microfluidics


December 2013

Congratulations to Fatma Dogan on passing her PhD viva!


September 2013

Congratulations to Fatma for receiving the 'Darryl Dawson Memorial Prize from the RSC Electrochemistry Group' for best poster at Electrochem 2013


July 2013

Congratulations to Tim on winning the 2013 Tajima Prize of the International Society of Electrochemistry


2011

'Tunneling nanopore' paper among the most read Nano Letters papers

The paper by Alex, Emanuele and Tim, published in Nano Letters, is number 6 of the top 20 most read papers in Nano Letters over the last 12 months!!

Nanobiotechnology: A new look for nanopore sensing

Tim's publication in Nature Nanotechnology introduces the possible advantages of so called 'fluid-wall technology' in single molecule sensing applications.

Optically transparent carbon nanotube ultramicroelectrodes

Congratulations to Agnieszka on her publication in the Journal of Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, introdrucing novel optically transparent electrodes for photo- and spectroelectrochemical applications. The publication made the front cover of the special issue of PCCP, Interfacial processes and mechanisms

DNA Tunneling Detector Embedded in a Nanopore

Congratulations to Alex, Emanuele, Tim and Joshua on their recent publication in Nano Letters, describing the use of nanopores as DNA tunneling detectors.

Nanobiotechnology: A new look for nanopore sensing

Tim's publication in Nature Nanotechnology introduces the possible advantages of so called 'fluid-wall technology' in single molecule sensing applications.