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New experiments have placed the best limits yet on impermeability of graphene and other 2D materials to gases and liquids.
Oil separation made easier with 2D material membrane
Researchers make a leap forward in overcoming one of the biggest problems in membrane technology- membrane fouling.
Universities Minister celebrates Manchester’s materials reputation
Chris Skidmore, took a tour of The University of Manchester campus.
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The University of Manchester has over 300 people working on graphene and related 2D materials research.
If you've ever drawn with a pencil, you've probably made graphene. Now, the world's thinnest material is set to revolutionise almost every part of daily life.
Some of the world’s biggest and most influential companies are working with The University of Manchester on graphene applications.
The NGI lets academics and their industrial partners work side-by-side on new and exciting applications.
The University's other world-class, multi-million pound centre will see industry-led development in graphene applications in partnership with academics.
The Henry Royce Institute will be a world-leading centre for advanced materials research and commercialisation.