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Colour changing skin

Artificial ‘chameleon skin’ that changes colour

Researchers at the University of Cambridge have developed an artificial ‘chameleon skin’. Once exposed to light the material changes colour. Researchers believe that this...
Graphene testing

Finland’s vital role in the production of graphene

Finland offers an extensive contribution to graphene research through European project, the Graphene Flagship. From the joint interest of Nokia and Finnish research institutes, soon...
Graphene sensor developments

Graphene-based sensors that can measure air quality

The University of Manchester is an incredibly prominent contributor to the world’s graphene research. New research conducted by the University’s has resulted in the...

Demand for the renewable: Driving the graphene market

Increasing demand for lightweight, versatile and renewable products with lengthy lifespan are a few variables driving worldwide graphene market growth. Nanotechnology demand in the electronic...
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Algae-based water filter to save millions in Bangladesh

Scientist have discovered a way of fashioning an affordable water filtration paper out of a locally grown macro-algae which could potentially solve the water...
Low voltage LED

Graphene is being used to produce a low-voltage LED

Graphene and other 2D materials are being used to produce a low-voltage LED which could potentially revolutionise energy efficiency in light emitting devices. Light emitting...

World’s thinnest gold at just two atoms thick

Scientist at the university of Leeds have developed the thinnest unsupported gold ever created. The gold is 0.47 nano metres thick which is approximately...

3D Printable inks using 2D material MXene: the future of electronics

Researchers at The University of Manchester have created a 3D printable ink using 2D material, MXene. MXene is a highly conductible material which researchers at...

A quantum phenomenon highlights the limits of graphene electronics

A quantum phenomenon that tests the limits of graphene’s use in electricity has been discovered by a research team from The University of Manchester,...
winners of MEC Hariri Awards

Winners of the Eli and Brit Harari Graphene Enterprise Award have been granted £70,000...

Two businesses based at the University of Manchester, are to share £70,000 for winning the Eli and Brit Harari Graphene Enterprise Award. This is...

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