Graphene scientist stars in Marketing Campaign

Graphene scientist Dr Maria Iliut, co-founder of The University of Manchester spin-out Grafine has been featured in a new marketing campaign for Manchester in the UK. “An advanced materials scientist is among those featuring in a new international campaign...

NanoPlexus and AEH Innovative Hydrogel win Prize

NanoPlexus and AEH Innovative Hydrogel have been awarded the The Eli and Britt Harari Enterprise Award, in association with Nobel Laureate Sir Andre Geim. “Two new technology businesses share this year’s £70,000 prize for novel applications of graphene and other...

Grafine Ltd sets up R & D facility at GEIC

Grafine Ltd is looking to exploit the potential of rubber and elastomer products, a global market forecast to be more than £70 billion by 2021. “Grafine Ltd has established a Research and Development(R&D) facility in the Graphene Engineering Innovation...

A new method for printing conductive ink

A new method for printing conductive ink has been developed at the University of Manchester. The researchers pointed out that the most significant aspect of their study is that it represents a new phase of evolution for graphene. Graphene, the wonder lattice composed...

First graphene bike

The world’s first graphene bike – light, strong and aero. UK manufacturer Dassi uses graphene in the bike frame. They say:   ” We mix graphene with an epoxy resin we developed ourselves that is then electronically functionalised to disperse the graphene...

Graphene Engineering Innovation Centre now open

  The Graphene Engineering Innovation Centre is now open. The Duke of York has officially opened the (GEIC) at the University of Manchester. The GEIC has already created an additional 30 jobs in addition to academics, which will increase the University community...