Nanoscale Bioscience

The Nanoscale Bioscience group use nanoscale materials as tools to probe and interact with a variety of biological functions in cells and tissues. Application examples include the interaction of magnetic nanoparticles with magnetic fields in order to stimulate cells in a variety of ways, such as inducing differentiation in stem cells, or producing heat shock effects to induce apoptosis in cancer cells. The group is also concerned with the development of new instrumentation and the application of advanced techniques to probe biochemical structure and function at the nanoscale.

Updated version of Neil Telling photo 90 x 90. Jan 2018

Prof Neil Telling


Professor of Biomedical NanoPhysics
Guy Hilton Research Centre
+44 (0)1782 674968
n.d.telling@keele.ac.uk
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Dr Alan Harper 


Lecturer in Bioscience

+44 (0)1782 734654 or 674472.
a.g.s.harper@keele.ac.uk

Research Associates

Current Postgraduate Students

  • Tasmin Nahar
  • Jassim Echrish
  • Jacob Ranjbar

Recent Publications

Graphical abstract of nano-imaging research into Alzheimer's disease amyloid plaques  

Nanoscale_Bioscience article in Top 25 articles of 2018

Posted on 07 February 2019 An article from the Nanoscale Bioscience group on Alzheimer's research has been included in the top 25 articles of 2018 by the Royal Society of Chemistry's journal 'Nanoscale'