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Harvard and Manchester pioneer ‘soft’ graphene
Researchers collaborate on a project in bioengineering that adapts to living tissue.
Recyclable materials for menstrual products
Manchester researchers team up with Callaly to discover recyclable materials for menstrual products.
Nobel Laureate heralds the ‘2D Materials Age’
Sir Andre Geim joined some of the brightest minds on the planet.
Mixing solutions in the world’s smallest test tubes
Visualising chemical reactions at the atomic scale using liquid cell transmission electron microscopy.
Graphene@Manchester solves concrete's big problem
A joint venture developed a product that could revolutionise the concrete industry.
Manchester scientists to launch low-orbiting satellite
The satellite will be launched as part of a forthcoming SpaceX mission this summer.
A study showing a dramatic decrease in friction when water is passed through nanoscale capillaries made of graphene.
Graphene Hackathon 2021
Teams from around the world pitched their ideas to a panel of industry experts.
Northern universities launch new investment company
The company, Northern Gritstone, will fund spinout enterprises using capital raised from investors.
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