COVID catalysts: advanced materials
Hear from some of The University of Manchester's leading experts in advanced materials on how we can build back stronger after the coronavirus pandemic.
A 2-D world
James Baker, CEO of Graphene@Manchester, explains how 2D materials can lead the way to a more sustainable recovery.
Recovering the value of plastics
Michael Shaver looks at the remergence of single-use plastics and approaches to sustainability.
Materials innovation will help transform the world’s energy ecosystem
Sarah Haigh, a Professor of Materials Characterisation and Director of bp-ICAM, says this period of adjustment and change has coincided with bp’s announcement to become an integrated energy company.
Innovation in wearable tech
Henry Yi Li, Chair of Textile Science and Engineering at The University of Manchester, says ‘smart fabrics’ will be critical in helping to safeguard us from COVID-19.
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Lessons from Lockdown
Read our blogs exploring policy questions from the first 100 days of lockdown.
Hear some of our leading academics tell their stories from their own home.