The University of Manchester is the home of graphene – it is where the one-atom thick material was first isolated.
Today we have an unrivalled breadth of academic expertise and work in collaboration with dozens of partners. By leveraging the research power along with the vast infrastructure we have put in place we can leverage the investment in fundamental science and facilities to collaboratively generate value, IP and skills needed for the development of products and applications.
Our graphene facilities
National Graphene Institute (NGI)
The National Graphene Institute is the home of graphene research in the UK.
Graphene Engineering Innovation Centre (GEIC)
The GEIC houses both industry and academia, working together to commercialise graphene.
Henry Royce Institute
The Royce is the UK national centre for research and innovation in advanced materials, partnering with seven UK universities, the UK Atomic Energy Agency and National Nuclear Laboratory.
Graphene@Manchester encompasses the work that is being carried out nationally and internationally into 2D materials. Find out more about ours and our partners' work.