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Brain implant firm wins £12m funding with Manchester tech
Barcelona institutes and UoM Nanomedicine Lab target epilepsy and Parkinson's with major investment.
Graphene foam 'doubles longevity' of running shoe
Collaboration between inov-8 and University offers longer wear and greater comfort.
Ultrafast gas-flows through tiniest holes in 2D membranes
Manchester researchers prove a century-old equation of fluid dynamics works at nano-scale.
'Science of sandcastles' finally proves Kelvin right
Research team led by Sir Andre Geim solves 150-year-old mystery of capillary condensation.
Manchester group fine-tunes 'twistronics' of 2D crystals
Researchers led by Prof Artem Mishchenko reveal breakthrough in tech towards superconductors.
Brown Zak fermions move physics 'beyond the textbook'
Team led by Prof Andre Geim finds new quasiparticles in graphene-based superlattices.
NGI post-doc receives Elsevier early career research award
Dr Matthew Hamer wins Physical Science prize for work on 2D materials in ultra-high-vacuum.
Graphene-based antibody test detects kidney disease
Manchester researchers develop cheap, fast system that could also be applied to other diseases.