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Springer and The Graphene Council Launch New Journal Graphene Technology

Springer and The Graphene Council ( www.thegraphenecouncil.org ) are launching a new journal called Graphene Technology. As a forum for the latest findings on the commercial and practical...

Graphene Sieves Deuterium from Hydrogen

Materials composed of a single layer of atoms, such as graphene, can separate hydrogen and deuterium more effectively than almost any other process . That is the conclusion of scientists in...

Hear the Latest from Leading Experts on Graphene Applications and Commercialisation

SPIE are holding a one day workshop entitiled “Graphene-based Photonics Technology: Transitioning from Research to Commercialization” on the 5 th April.   The...

Manchester University and China's BIAM Strike Partnership to Develop Graphene-Based Aviation Components

A new partnership between The University of Manchester and a leading Chinese aviation company (BIAM - Beijing Institute of Aeronautical Materials) might result in lighter, stronger and...

Nobel Laureate Receives £4 Million Grant for 2D Materials Research

University of Manchester Nobel laureate Sir Kostya Novoselov has been awarded a £4m grant to research 2D materials. The grant will allow a team of UK academics, led by Sir Kostya, to further...

Morgan Collaborates with The University of Manchester on Novel Graphene Experiment

Morgan Advanced Materials  recently participated in the first official experiment conducted in a novel collaboration between industry and academia, which has taken place at...

Making Wastewater Safe to Reuse or Discharge. Is There a Role for Graphene?

Arvia Technology Ltd, based on The Heath in Runcorn, has been developing waste water treatments for 8 years. The project began at Manchester University and with a lot of hard work and the help...

Huawei Announces Partnership with The University of Manchester to Develop Graphene-Based Technologies

Huawei, a leading global ICT solutions provider, has today announced it is working with The University of Manchester to explore the uses of graphene to develop the next generation of...

Chinese President Visits National Graphene Centre

The Chinese President, Xi Jinping, visited the National Graphene Centre at the University of Manchester today (23rd October 2015). President Xi was welcomed to the University by...

Graphene-Based Inks Developed for Economical Printed Electronics

A fast and cost effective method to print graphene onto substrates has been developed by a team from the University of Cambridge . They hope their new method will facilitate the manufacturing...

Newcastle Advancing the Commercial Applications of Graphene Briefing Report

The final briefing event for Innovate UK and EPSRC’s funding competition: Advancing the Commercial Applications of Graphene, was held on 7 th October 2015, in Newcastle with over 40 delegates...

Perovskite solar cells with graphene electrodes

The need to develop a low cost, flexible and transparent alternative to the rigid and opaque solar cell led to the development of the dye-sensitised solar cell (DSC). This however suffers from...

London Briefing Event Report and Webcast Link

The London competition briefing for Innovate UK and EPSRC’s funding competition: Advancing the Commercial Applications of Graphene, was held on 23 rd September 2015, with 60 delegates in...

Innovate UK Awards £700,000 Self-Cleaning Graphene Membrane Grant

G2O Water International, a US-based graphene innovation and application company, has won a £700,000 grant from Innovate UK for the development of low cost, self-cleaning graphene-coated...

Cardiff Briefing: Event Report

The first briefing event for Innovate UK and EPSRC’s funding competition: Advancing the Commercial Applications of Graphene, was held yesterday, 8 th September 2015, in Cardiff. Paul...
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