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The National Graphene Institute: Five years on
A day that not only saw a solar eclipse, Friday, 20 March 2015, marked the start of a materials revolution: the opening of the National Graphene Institute (NGI).
How impermeable is graphene?
New experiments by researchers have placed the best limits yet on impermeability of graphene and other two-dimensional materials to gases and liquids.
Head of EPSRC tours new MECD and Royce buildings
Professor Dame Lynn Gladden visited The University of Manchester to deliver a plenary talk to staff on the EPSRC Delivery Plan.
Oil separation made easier with 2D material membrane
Researchers have made a leap forward in overcoming one of the biggest problems in membrane technology- membrane fouling.