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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.
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GelPonic: how graphene can help combat 'food miles'
Manchester start-up AEH tackles sustainability and food security with innovative hydroponic system.
Payper: graphene's answer to contactless payment
'Smart' till rolls with graphene antennae offer quick, hygienic alternative to chip-and-PIN.
Graphene labs reopen for research and business
NGI and GEIC safely reoccupied by staff and industry partners under Covid-19 protocols.
GKN Aerospace joins GEIC as Tier 1 partner
Leading supplier to global aerospace industry signs deal with Graphene@Manchester.
Manchester launches spin-out for 2D filtration tech
'Molymem' coating uses 2D materials to save energy and time in industrial water filtration applications.
How graphene could push devices beyond 'Moore's law'
Study promotes 2D materials as building blocks for 'spin' revolution in future electronics.
Manchester joins advanced materials pandemic taskforce
Graphene@Manchester CEO James Baker lends weight to global scientific effort to combat COVID-19.