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Exploration of quantum phenomena has recently led to extraordinary applications of quantum entanglement. The degree of control exerted over these systems is reflected in the term ‘quantum technology’, describing both experimental and theoretical developments in this area. Read more
This course is for you if you’re interested in atomic, molecular and optical physics, as well as experimental particle physics. Our research lies at the forefront of fundamental physics, including. Read more
Nanoscience and the study of nanomaterials bring together all facets of science to study, understand and apply all things small. Nanomaterials have had a profound influence on the direction of research ever since the scaleable production of tiny materials became possible. Read more
The University of Sheffield's MSc Chemistry course is designed to take you to the next stage of your scientific career. From your undergraduate degree, you will know which areas of chemistry interest you most, and you might already know what kind of job you'd like to do. Read more
This international Master program focuses on the fundamental aspects of physical chemistry and then leads on to specialized topics so that graduates may be integrated within both academic and industrial fields. Read more
Programme overview The School of Chemistry is an internationally recognised centre of teaching and research. Currently there are over 250 postgraduate and post-doctoral researchers, from many different countries, working with more than 60 academic staff on a wide range of research themes. Read more
Massey University’s Master of Science (Nanoscience) is a unique degree in New Zealand. It gives you the opportunity to use the latest equipment across a broad range of disciplines to make your own discoveries in the field of science. Read more
This course is open to both physicists and BSc graduates from mathematics, chemistry or engineering disciplines who are looking to deepen their knowledge of physics and pursue a research career within a university, industrial or national research laboratory. Read more