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Understanding Origami in 2D Materials
Writing in Nature Communications, researchers at The University of Manchester have been studying the folding of 2D materials at the level of single atomic sheets.
Graphene laminated pipes could reduce corrosion in the oil and gas industry
Researchers at The University of Manchester and TWI have discovered ways of using graphene to prolong the lifetime of pipes used in the oil and gas industry.
Eli and Britt Harari Graphene Enterprise Award: 2018 Winners Announced
Two new technology businesses share this year’s £70,000 prize for novel applications of graphene.
Science behind world’s lightest graphene watch revealed
The science behind the world's lightest watch has now been revealed.
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The University of Manchester has over 250 researchers 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 Sir Henry Royce Institute for Advanced Materials will be a world-leading centre for advanced materials research and commercialisation.