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Ultrafast gas-flows through tiniest holes in 2D membranes
Manchester researchers prove a century-old equation of fluid dynamics works at nano-scale.
'Science of sandcastles' finally proves Kelvin right
Research team led by Sir Andre Geim solves 150-year-old mystery of capillary condensation.
Manchester group fine-tunes 'twistronics' of 2D crystals
Researchers led by Prof Artem Mishchenko reveal breakthrough in tech towards superconductors.
Manchester to help lead sustainable materials manufacture
New consortium will help develop a national strategy on sustainability.
NGI post-doc receives Elsevier early career research award
Dr Matthew Hamer wins Physical Science prize for work on 2D materials in ultra-high-vacuum.
Brown Zak fermions move physics 'beyond the textbook'
Team led by Prof Andre Geim finds new quasiparticles in graphene-based superlattices.
Research offers advance in superconductors with a ‘twist’
New nanomaterial that mirrors the “magic angle” effect discovered.
FSE celebrates Class of 2020
A series of virtual graduation celebrations have been held to recognise the hard work FSE's Class of 2020.
Graphene@Manchester labs reopen
World-class research and innovation at the ‘Home of Graphene’ is back on site, as The University of Manchester reopens its facilities.
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