Colloidal Nanoplasmonics for biomedical applications

The research activity of the BioNanoPlasmonics Lab is focused on the synthesis and formation mechanisms of (plasmonic) metal nanoparticles with controlled composition, size and morphology; the creation of colloidal composites, including functionalized carbon nanostructures and Janus particles; nanostructured thin films and nanoparticle ordered arrays in one, two and three dimensions; the optical characterization of nanoparticles and their assemblies; and the use of metal nanoparticles as biosensors.


 

Recent publications

Encapsulation and protection of nanoparticle clusters

Silica monolayers hinder protein adsorption

Au NP size dependent drug delivery

Pt NP reshaping under gas flow

Plasmonic Polymer Nanocomposites

Plasmonic superlattices for SERS

Intracellular plasmonic sensing of miRNA

Sub-tissue nanothermometry

Cellular uptake triggered by host-guest interactions

Seeing amyloid fibers through chiral plasmons

Reversible self-assembly under confinement

 

Latest News

01/01/19

New cover image in BCSJ

01/01/19

Luis Liz-Marzán new Associate Editor for ACS Nano

05/12/18

National Chemistry Award for Luis Liz-Marzán

01/10/18

4DBIOSERS kicks off

15/10/18

Luis Liz-Marzán elected member of Academia Europaea

10/08/18

New cover image in Angewandte Chemie