Prof. Mark Green

Mark is Professor of Nanotechnology at Kings College London responsible for a 15 person research group exploring the interface between nanomaterials and biology; a post-doctoral fellow at Imperial College & University of Oxford, Mark also worked as a Scientist at Oxonica Ltd for 4 years before joining King’s as a lecturer in bio-nanotechnology in 2004, progressing to Senior Lecturer, Reader, before becoming a Professor in 2014.

Mark has been involved in spin offs from Oxford, namely Oxonica and Opsys. Research interests include, organometallic-based synthesis of semiconductor and metal nanoparticles, biological applications of nanomaterials, rare-earth based nanomaterials, biosynthesis, conjugated polymer nanoparticles. 15 years of research to date has yielded the current patents relating to CPN’s, on which he is the named inventor.