Sargent Group paper in Nature Nanotechnology highlighted in Nature Chemistry.
Ted Sargent and Shana Kelley at the University of Toronto have developed a simple method that uses DNA ‘bonds’ to join various quantum dot ‘atoms’ together, giving them control over the possible binding partners and valency of the quantum dots
How far can charge carriers travel in CQD films?
Welcome to the Sargent Group
In our work and our team we unite chemistry, physics, and engineering within eight experimental laboratories at the University of Toronto.
Our mission is to:
- advance the physics and chemistry of optoelectronic materials and devices, and to apply this knowledge to solve real-world problems in sustainable energy, sensing and medical diagnostics;
- contribute to the preservation of the natural environment and to the advancement of information technology, human health, and the vibrancy and growth of the innovation economy;
- collaborate with academic and industry experts around the world to maximize the impact of our work;
- equip our group members with the vision and the tools to make a significant impact in the fields to which their passions take them, and our alumni with a tightly-woven, supportive, and straight-talking network of committed friends and collaborators for life;
- work towards these goals by attracting a diverse and inclusive team of researchers from all relevant disciplines, from around the world;
- foster a culture of win-win teamwork; of communication that clarifies and finds analogies, connections, synergies, and new avenues; and of striving for excellence.
We apply discoveries in nanoscience towards applications relevant to energy, health, and sensing.More Info
Our group publishes in prominent journals in the field of nanotechnology, chemistry and materials science.More Info
Our group members come from diverse backgrounds spanning chemistry, physics and engineering.More Info