The University of Manchester has been chosen to host four new national Centres for Doctoral Training (CDT) in science and engineering, the Government has announced.
The University of Manchester’s world-leading imaging techniques, and extensive knowledge base, to support the UK’s strategic development in advanced materials and manufacturing has been honoured with a Queen’s Anniversary Prize – one of the most prestigious awards in higher education.
Graphene emerges as a versatile new surface to assemble model cell membranes mimicking those in the human body, with potential for applications in sensors for understanding biological processes, disease detection and drug screening.
Scientists have developed a new kind of ‘X-ray vision’ that is able to peer inside an object and map the three-dimensional distribution of its nano-properties in real time.
Science Minister David Willetts MP today visited the site of the National Graphene Institute (NGI) at The University of Manchester, which will be the UK's national centre for research into the wonder material.
It was triple delight for The University of Manchester at the 2013 SET (Science, Engineering and Technology) Student of the Year Awards announced in London last night (Thursday).