- Senior Lecturer (Chemistry)
Research in the Kadodwala group has has three themes: (a) spectroscopic investigations of the electronic properties of nanostructured materials on surfaces; (b) the development of new electron-based chirally sensitive spectroscopic techniques; (c) the develop-ment of novel chiroptical spectroscopic probes. Kadodwala currently holds an MRC discipline-hopping grant (Ref. G0902256), which is directly related to this proposal. The “hop” has enabled him to focus entirely on research and acquiring new skills in the life sciences.
- "Ultrasensitive detection and characterisation of biomolecules using superchiral field" E. Hendry, T. Carpy, J. Johnston, M. Popland, R. Mikhaylovskiy, A. J. Lapthorn, S. M. Kelly, L. D. Barron, N. Gadegaard and M. Kadodwala Nature Nanotechnology DOI: 10.308/NNANO.2010.209
- "Asymmetric photoelectron transmission through chirally sculptured polycrystalline gold",D. Maclaren, J. Johnston, D. A. Duncan, H. Marchetto, S. S. Dhesi, N. Gadegaard and M. Kadodwala, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 11 (2009) 8413 (Letter)
- "Surface-Mediated Reversible Electron Transfer Reactions within a Molecular Metal Oxide Nano-cage" C. Fleming, D.-L. Long, N. McMillan, J. Johnston, N. Bovet, Vin Dhanak, N. Gadegaard, P. Kogerler, L. Cronin and M. Kadodwala, Nature Nanotechnology 3 (2008) 229
- "Going beyond the physical: Instilling chirality onto the electronic structure of a metal". A. Mulligan, I. C. Lane, G. B. D. Rousseau, S. M. Johnston, D. Lennon and M. Kadodwala, Angewandte Chemie, 44, 1830 (2005)
- "Chiral discrimination within disordered adlayers on metal surfaces". A. Mulligan, I. C. Lane, G. B. D. Rousseau, L. Hecht, S. M. Johnston, D. Lennon and M. Kadodwala, Chem. Commun, 2492-2493 (2004)