Applications 1st May 2022
Led by UoM alumnus and graphene inventor Vivek Koncherry, GEIC Tier 1 Partner Graphene Innovations Manchester uses advanced manufacturing techniques to deliver composite material applications for now and for the future. We sat down for a chat and started back at the beginning, in rural India…
Applications 23rd March 2022
We caught up with one of the longest-term partners of Graphene@Manchester – Colloids – to talk about masterbatch: what it is, how it works and why graphene and related 2D materials are the key to a new era of multi-functional plastics.
Applications 27th January 2022
Teenage inventor and entrepreneur Ava Garside has earned multiple awards for her air-quality pin badge Perfect Sense AQ. We asked about the background to her invention, a jam-packed last couple of years and plans for the future.
Applications 7th December 2021
Graphene@Manchester is taking a serious look at the impact – positive and negative – of graphene technologies on sustainability, writes Liam Britnell.
Applications 9th September 2021
As Manchester technology SME Nanoplexus becomes a Tier 2 partner of the GEIC, chief executive Jae Jong Byun tells the story behind the company and outlines the potential for a new material called MXene to transform the landscape of advanced manufacturing.
Applications 8th June 2021
James Baker, CEO of Graphene@Manchester, says innovation in advanced materials has the potential to support social, economic and technological opportunities to help achieve a green recovery following the impact of COVID-19.
Applications 12th March 2021
A year after lockdown, Graphene@Manchester CEO James Baker and Application Manager Paul Wiper reflect on a period of unprecedented change and adaptation at the Graphene Engineering Innovation Centre (GEIC).
Applications 1st December 2020
James Baker, CEO of Graphene@Manchester, says we need to explore with far more urgency how advanced materials can transform our built environment towards a low-carbon future.
Applications 11th November 2020
Advanced materials and the Manchester model of innovation can play a key role in supporting the aerospace and automotive sectors to produce greener products by the mid-2030s, writes James Baker, CEO of Graphene@Manchester
Applications 20th November 2019
Last weekend (16-17th of November) saw ten teams of multi-disciplinary backgrounds, from across the UK and Europe, work through the night to design, prototype and pitch a product incorporating conductive graphene inks. Teams would print, wire and code their ideas into reality over the 24-hour long competition hosted at the Graphene Engineering Innovation Centre (GEIC). […]