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Our centres and institutes
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.
Using graphene to pull water molecules apart
New understanding of interfacial water could be used to design better catalysts to generate hydrogen fuel.
Building interplanetary future with advanced materials
How Manchester scientists are looking to build a future in space through innovation and autonomous systems.
'Graphene Harriers' run at dawn in COP27 climate relay
Team from the GEIC wear inov8 graphene shoes for run to highlight climate change solutions.
Gold from e-waste: graphene as the philosopher's stone
Prof Andre Geim and Chinese researchers use graphene to extract gold from electronic waste.
NGI scientists synthesise 'bulk' heterostructures
‘Significant advance’ in 2D material science with diversely behaving layers in a single bulk material.
Graphene scientists record atoms 'swimming' in liquid
Work on atomic interactions of liquids and solids could impact green tech such as hydrogen economy.
NGI professor shortlisted for prestigious IET award
Prof Coskun Kocabas recognised for work on optoelectronic applications for graphene and 2D materials.