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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.
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Manchester joins advanced materials pandemic taskforce
Graphene@Manchester CEO James Baker lends weight to global scientific effort to combat COVID-19.
Highways England teams up with Graphene@Manchester
New package of innovations set to transform performance of English road network.
Nobel Laureate Novoselov delivers graphene webinars
Professor Kostya Novoselov offers webinars on his inspirations and the architecture of the NGI.
Rolls-Royce picks GEIC and 2D-Tech for next-gen engines
Graphene Engineering Innovation Centre and Versarien to pioneer lightweight, more sustainable aircraft.
How impermeable is the impermeable graphene?
New experiments place the best limits yet on barrier properties of graphene and other 2D materials.
Oil separation made easier with 2D material membrane
Researchers make a leap forward in overcoming the problem of membrane fouling.
Universities Minister celebrates Manchester’s materials reputation
Chris Skidmore, took a tour of The University of Manchester campus.