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Materials Science - 15.02.2024
Widening the range of our digital resources: Mass Observation

Environment - Materials Science - 02.02.2024
New materials including fungi-based insulation to be tested for sustainable building potential
New materials including fungi-based insulation to be tested for sustainable building potential
INBUILT project launches to transform European sustainable building practices, testing the suitability and lifetime impacts of natural and recycled materials Published on Friday 2 February 2024 Last

Materials Science - Innovation - 26.01.2024
2023 Graphene Hackathon
2023 Graphene Hackathon

Materials Science - Economics - 16.01.2024
AI spinout Polaron to accelerate design of advanced materials
AI spinout Polaron to accelerate design of advanced materials
A new Imperial spinout company will use generative AI to help companies design higher performing materials for applications such as batteries.

Innovation - Materials Science - 15.12.2023
Tata Steel, The Henry Royce Institute Sign MoU to set up a Centre for Innovation in Advanced Materials

Materials Science - Innovation - 28.11.2023
UK-India Workshop on Circularity of Critical Materials drives country collaboration

Environment - Materials Science - 10.11.2023
Decarbonising construction with Graphene
Decarbonising construction with Graphene
Graphene disruption opens doors to a sustainable future for concrete says James Baker, CEO Graphene@Manchester James Baker wide Originally published on ME Construction News Watching concrete dry may not be the most exciting pastime - unless it's Graphene enhanced.

Innovation - Materials Science - 30.10.2023
Unlocking Innovation: Adoption of 3D Printing Collaboration for North-West SMEs
Unlocking Innovation: Adoption of 3D Printing Collaboration for North-West SMEs

Materials Science - Health - 06.10.2023
Self-healing ceramic coatings: a game-changer for transportation
At a glance Light alloys are ideal in aircraft and car manufacturing - providing lightweight materials that improve the vehicle's efficiency, while reducing emissions However, they are quick to corrode. Previously, corrosion performance was managed using chemical surface treatments but these treatments are now banned due to carcinogenic qualities, and industry is facing huge, unexpected costs in maintain materials - until an efficient alternative is found.

Health - Materials Science - 25.09.2023
Manchester-Aveiro collaboration to explore next generation biomedical implants
A new collaboration between The University of Manchester and CICECO-Aveiro Institute of Materials will transform the field of biomedical implants.

Economics - Materials Science - 12.09.2023
Gerdau Graphene and GEIC Proud to Partner for a Fifth Year
Gerdau, Brazilian largest steel producer, and The University of Manchester's Graphene Engineering Innovation Centre (GEIC) are celebrating the successful completion of their fifth year of partnership.

Materials Science - Innovation - 05.09.2023
Greening the manufacture process of batteries

Materials Science - Economics - 05.09.2023
Graphene@Manchester CEO conferred as Professor of Practice at The University of Manchester
Graphene@Manchester CEO conferred as Professor of Practice at The University of Manchester

Materials Science - Innovation - 02.08.2023
Researchers awarded ERC funding to support commercial potential of their work
Researchers awarded ERC funding to support commercial potential of their work

Materials Science - 21.07.2023
The Materiality of Nothing: Exploring Our Everyday Relationships with Objects Absent and Present
The Materiality of Nothing: Exploring Our Everyday Relationships with Objects Absent and Present

Materials Science - Innovation - 27.06.2023
University of Manchester hosts largest European graphene event

Chemistry - Materials Science - 13.06.2023
Synthetic chemist and battery-membrane team win RSC awards

Chemistry - Materials Science - 12.06.2023
Six Oxford scientists win Royal Society of Chemistry Prizes
Six Oxford University academics have been honoured in the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC)'s annual Research and Innovation Prizes - more than any other institution this year.

Chemistry - Materials Science - 12.06.2023
Scientists win prestigious Royal Society of Chemistry Prizes
Scientists win prestigious Royal Society of Chemistry Prizes

Innovation - Materials Science - 09.06.2023
MIOIR currently hiring a research associate(s) for a new UMRI project on Adoption of 3D-printers by SMEs
MIOIR currently hiring a research associate(s) for a new UMRI project on Adoption of 3D-printers by SMEs
The MIOIR is currently inviting applications for a two part-time positions or one full-time position as research associates to work on a UMRI-funded interdisciplinary project.

Materials Science - Innovation - 01.06.2023
Nanoworld: Small Science, Big Possibilities

Innovation - Materials Science - 22.05.2023
Three industrial collaborations secure funding as part of latest £149m EPSRC Prosperity Partnerships
Three industrial collaborations secure funding as part of latest £149m EPSRC Prosperity Partnerships

Innovation - Materials Science - 20.04.2023
Fast-charging battery spinout powers up with major investment

Health - Materials Science - 06.04.2023
New breakthrough: 3D printed ferroelectric materials eliminate harmful bacteria including E coli
New breakthrough: 3D printed ferroelectric materials eliminate harmful bacteria including E coli
New fabrication technique gives materials antimicrobial properties, with scope to improve safety of implants including heart valves and stents A new way of using 3D printing to create infection-fighting materials for use as medical implants has been revealed in a new research paper, published today (April 6 2023).

Materials Science - Economics - 28.03.2023
GEIC partner NERD boosted by Arup and Black Swan deals on Concretene

Materials Science - 20.03.2023
2D materials study day at National Graphene Institute

Economics - Materials Science - 03.03.2023
Haydale and GEIC Proud to Partner for a Sixth Year
Haydale and The University of Manchester's Graphene Engineering Innovation Centre (GEIC) are delighted to have signed an extension to their partnership that will see the global technology solutions company remain a Tier 1 Partner for a sixth year.

Materials Science - 22.02.2023
Podcast: Credit rating inequalities, making mosquito music, and better batteries

Innovation - Materials Science - 21.02.2023
Imperial and AMFG win Innovate UK funding to deliver autonomous manufacturing

Materials Science - Innovation - 17.02.2023
SCI weekly research round-up 17 February
SCI weekly research round-up 17 February
Don't miss out on any article, podcast or presentation by SCI members anymore with our regular research round ups covering any recently published SCI research! PhD candidate Usman Aziz, Elvira Uyarra

Materials Science - 23.01.2023
Vahid Niasar elected InterPore President-Elect
Vahid Niasar elected InterPore President-Elect

Materials Science - Innovation - 19.01.2023
Warwick University will help Bolivia become the ’energy cell of the world’

Innovation - Materials Science - 01.12.2022
Two Cambridge researchers awarded Royal Academy of Engineering Chair in Emerging Technologies
Two Cambridge researchers awarded Royal Academy of Engineering Chair in Emerging Technologies

Research Management - Materials Science - 17.11.2022
New government funding to help Imperial expand Royce activities at White City
New government funding to help Imperial expand Royce activities at White City

Physics - Materials Science - 17.11.2022
Graphene scientists explore electronic materials with nanoscale curved geometries
Sketch of different research topics currently explored in electronic materials with nanoscale curved geometries. From left to right: geometry-controlled quantum spin transport, spin-triplet Cooper pairs in superconductors, magnetic textures in curvilinear structures. In a recently published paper in Nature Electronics , an international research group from Italy, Germany, the UK, and China examined significant development directions in the field of electronic materials with curved geometries at the nanoscale.

Materials Science - 16.11.2022
CDT in Graphene NOWNANO Open Day

Environment - Materials Science - 04.11.2022
Imperial academics secure £6.1m EPSRC grant to develop sustainable materials
Imperial College London will lead a collaboration between industrial and academics partners to develop functional materials from biowaste products.

Innovation - Materials Science - 04.11.2022
Henry Royce Institute headquartered at The University of Manchester receives £95m new government funding for advanced materials research and development

Physics - Materials Science - 17.10.2022
Honour for Dr Jessica Boland

Research Management - Materials Science - 22.09.2022
Two Imperial academics win ERC Grants to accelerate research concepts
Two Imperial academics win ERC Grants to accelerate research concepts

Materials Science - 01.07.2022
Manchester graduate wins Materials Science Thesis Prize
Manchester graduate wins Materials Science Thesis Prize

Materials Science - Innovation - 21.06.2022
Advanced materials and automation: manufacturing's 'dream team'
Advanced materials and automation: manufacturing’s ’dream team’
The University of Manchester's expertise in advanced materials and robotic systems will play a key role in driving a revolution in UK manufacturing, according to graphene start-up pioneer Dr Vivek Koncherry.

Innovation - Materials Science - 25.05.2022
GEIC partner Watercycle Technologies secures funding for lithium extraction process
GEIC partner Watercycle Technologies secures funding for lithium extraction process
Watercycle Technologies, a spin-out from The University of Manchester, has secured initial funding for an innovative technology that uses advanced graphene-based membranes and systems to extract lithium and other minerals from brines and water solutions.

Innovation - Materials Science - 20.04.2022
GEIC partner community strengthens with arrivals and renewals
GEIC partner community strengthens with arrivals and renewals
The Graphene Engineering Innovation Centre's ecosystem for industrial engagement continues to grow with more Tier 2 partners being added to the roster in recent weeks, while existing partners have also committed to the facility by renewing terms for another year.

Materials Science - Physics - 12.04.2022
PSI assists materials science outreach at New Scientist Live
PSI assists materials science outreach at New Scientist Live

Physics - Materials Science - 14.03.2022
Microscope delivers world-class imaging

Astronomy / Space - Materials Science - 11.02.2022
Manchester satellite program wins national engineering award
Manchester satellite program wins national engineering award
Technical advances made through The University of Manchester led DISCOVERER project to create new generation satellites capable of operating at a lower orbit have been honoured at The Engineer's Collaborate to Innovate (C2I) awards.

Electroengineering - Materials Science - 09.02.2022
Biodegradable microchips could help reduce electronic waste
A new research project is setting out to find a solution to the growing problem of electronic waste by creating the world's first controlled degradable integrated circuits. Researchers from the University of Glasgow's James Watt School of Engineering have won a £1.5m grant from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) for the project.

Materials Science - Innovation - 26.01.2022
Partnering with Rolls-Royce and Electroflight to create the battery for world’s fastest all-electric aircraft

Materials Science - 18.01.2022
New Loqski glass fibre ski lock to keep your skis safe this season
With winter being the ski season many skiers will be off on holiday, possibly taking their own expensive skis When leaving your skis for a break from the slopes they-re at risk of being taken intenti
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