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A hotbed of the latest thinking into how graphene can change the world, the NGI boasts ultra-high-spec facilities for nanoscale and characterisation projects.
The GEIC's focus is on collaboration with industry to understand how graphene can help businesses to turn great ideas into game-changing products.
The Royce is the UK national centre for advanced materials, partnering seven universities, UK Atomic Energy Authority and National Nuclear Laboratory.
GEIC grows partner roster with more Tier 2 sign-ups
Victrex, Molymem and Survitec join as partners in new round of industrial engagements.
Graphene: sonic effects open new direction for electronics
NGI researchers demonstrate sonic boom and Doppler-shifted sound waves in graphene transistors.
World-first with suspended floor for Concretene
Roller disco pour by Nationwide Engineering at Mayfield Depot shows scope for sustainable construction.
MP attends GEIC showcase for graphene innovation
Sci-tech committee member Chris Clarkson MP visits GEIC to learn about 2D materials.
Graphene-based space habitats for life beyond earth
Manchester materials specialists team up with global architects SOM on ambitious space project.
GEIC hosts first exterior pour of low CO2 Concretene
Pioneering work with advanced materials for construction promotes sustainability in the sector.
Atomic snapshots of fast ion migration in ultra-thin clays
Manchester researchers find ions diffuse 10,000 times faster than in bulk crystals.