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2024
16
February
2024
| 10:07 Europe/London
A revolutionary nanomaterial with huge potential to tackle multiple global challenges could be developed further without acute risk to human health, research suggests.
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31
January
2024
| 14:17 Europe/London
Research by Manchester’s Angstrofluidics Group is exploring new perspectives in nanofluidics by pushing the boundaries of nanofabrication with angstrom-scale two-dimensional channels.
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2023
11
December
2023
| 15:16 Europe/London
Harnessing energy stored in water from raindrops: using nanocapillaries to understand the fundamental structure and behaviour of water
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20
July
2023
| 12:24 Europe/London
A team of researchers from The University of Manchester have revisited in a study published in Nature one of the most ancient materials on Earth – graphite, and discovered new physics that has eluded the field for decades....
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26
June
2023
| 10:53 Europe/London
An international team of researchers from The University of Manchester, the Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research of Mainz (Germany), and the Catalan Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (ICN2, Spain), reports in a study published in Natur...
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19
May
2023
| 14:20 Europe/London
For the first time in the UK, scientists have been able to recover commercial grade lithium carbonate and graphite from black mass; a solid black powder containing a complex mixture of metals and impurities recovered from recycling end-of-life lithiu...
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19
April
2023
| 17:36 Europe/London
Researchers from the National Graphene Institute (NGI) have made 'intelligent' membranes whose 'memory' can be used in areas like smart separation technology, wound management, drug delivery, sensors and memory devices....
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12
April
2023
| 16:00 Europe/London
In a paper published in Nature this week (13 Apr 2023), researchers from The University of Manchester report record-high magnetoresistance that appears in graphene under ambient conditions.
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11
April
2023
| 13:18 Europe/London
A spin-out company from the graphene innovation ecosystem at The University of Manchester has formed an international partnership that will spearhead an unprecedented scale-up of graphene-based technologies intended “to make a substantial impact on g...
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03
April
2023
| 10:30 Europe/London
Professor Rahul Nair has been appointed as the Carlsberg/Royal Academy of Engineering Research Chair in Advanced Membranes for Sustainable Separation Technology.
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14
March
2023
| 10:23 Europe/London
A team of researchers led by Prof. Andre Geim from the National Graphene Institute (NGI) have discovered that nanoripples in graphene can make it a strong catalyst, contrary to general expectations that the carbon sheet is as chemically inert as the ...
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08
March
2023
| 10:47 Europe/London
When we last sat down with Aoife Taylor she told us about her experiences of being a woman in STEM, what it was like carrying out a PhD during the pandemic and how she tackled her impostor syndrome. Now she is the CEO of DeakinBio, a startup that has...
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09
February
2023
| 15:10 Europe/London
Writing in the Journal of Molecular Liquids, a team led by Professor Aravind Vijayaraghavan based in the National Graphene Institute (NGI) have produced 3-dimensional particles made of graphene, of many interesting shapes, using a variation of the vo...
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31
January
2023
| 15:18 Europe/London
UK Business and Energy Secretary Grant Shapps has seen first-hand how Manchester’s pioneering work in graphene is set to deliver global impact thanks to an international partnership.
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25
January
2023
| 14:50 Europe/London
Published in Science, a collaboration between teams from the National Graphene Institute at The University of Manchester, and the École Normale Supérieure (ENS), Paris, demonstrated the Hebbian learning in artificial nanochannels, where the channels ...
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11
January
2023
| 12:53 Europe/London
Molymem, a spin-out company based at The University of Manchester that is developing a breakthrough water filtration technology, which promises to be both greener and cheaper, has secured SEED equity investment of £500,000 to help scale-up....
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2022
02
December
2022
| 13:58 Europe/London
Greater Manchester’s burgeoning innovation ecosystem has taken another major step forward with the signing of an agreement with the UK's national innovation agency, Innovate UK.
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17
November
2022
| 13:24 Europe/London
In a recently published paper, an international research group examined significant development directions in the field of electronic materials with curved geometries at the nanoscale. From microelectronic devices with enhanced functionality to large...
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04
November
2022
| 13:44 Europe/London
Watercycle Technologies – a spin-out company from The University of Manchester that specialises in recovery of scarce minerals through filtration - has won a £500,000 Innovate UK Smart Grant, in partnership with Cornish Lithium, to test its ground-br...
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07
October
2022
| 07:00 Europe/London
Graphene scientists from The University of Manchester discovered that water molecules on the surface of graphene electrodes split exponentially faster with stronger electrical forces – a phenomenon known as the Wien effect....
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06
October
2022
| 14:55 Europe/London
Pioneering scientists and engineers from The University of Manchester are looking to build a future in space through innovation in advanced materials and autonomous systems - including revolutionary concepts in space habitats and the trustworthy robo...
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16
August
2022
| 14:30 Europe/London
Scientists from Manchester and China have demonstrated that graphene can be a kind of ‘philosopher’s stone’, allowing gold extraction from waste containing only trace amounts of gold.
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02
August
2022
| 15:22 Europe/London
Scientists from The University of Manchester have developed a novel yet simple method for producing vertical stacks of alternating superconductor and insulator layers of tantalum disulphide (TaS2), potentially speeding up manufacture of ‘heterostruct...
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27
July
2022
| 16:00 Europe/London
Graphene scientists from The University of Manchester have created a novel ‘nano-petri dish’ using two-dimensional (2D) materials to create a new method of observing how atoms move in liquid, with potential application in green energy technologies....
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13
July
2022
| 11:13 Europe/London
National Graphene Institute researcher Professor Coskun Kocabas is among six world-leading scientists shortlisted for the Institution of Engineering and Technology’s (IET) prestigious A F Harvey Engineering Research Prize, worth £350,000....
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25
May
2022
| 08:26 Europe/London
Watercycle Technologies, a spin-out from The University of Manchester, has secured initial funding for an innovative technology that uses advanced graphene-based membranes and systems to extract lithium and other minerals from brines and water soluti...
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08
April
2022
| 10:09 Europe/London
A research team led by The University of Manchester’s National Graphene Institute (NGI) has developed a tunable graphene-based platform that allows for fine control over the interaction between light and matter in the terahertz (THz) spectrum, reveal...
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22
March
2022
| 11:24 Europe/London
The ongoing collaboration between The University of Manchester’s graphene scientists and Northern England-based outdoor sports brand inov-8 has been awarded as an ‘outstanding’ example of innovation and wealth creation in the UK by Innovate UK....
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17
March
2022
| 14:08 Europe/London
Graphene@Manchester and its partners enjoyed a night of success at the CogX Awards in London, winning four prizes for innovation at a gala evening in London.
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01
March
2022
| 13:44 Europe/London
A team of researchers at The University of Manchester’s National Graphene Institute and the National Physical Laboratory has demonstrated that slightly twisted 2D transition metal dichalcogenides (TMDs) display room-temperature ferroelectricity....
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