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Leeds University's Confucius Institute stages Culture Month
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Leeds University's Confucius Institute stages Culture Month

As the opening event of the "Culture Month", the Business Confucius Institute at the UK's University of Leeds brings together the works of Consul Wang Ying from the Chinese Consulate General in Manchester and Professor Konstantin Novoselov for a ... CHINAdaily Africa, 1 day ago
Indian Express

Nobel Prize in Physics: Kajita, McDonald bag award for work on neutrinos

The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences said Takaaki Kajita, Arthur McDonald had made key contributions to experiments showingthat neutrinos change identities. (Source: Facebook ) Takaaki Kajita of Japan and ArthurMcDonald of Canada have won the ...
 Indian Express1 day ago Neutrino 'flip' wins physics Nobel  BBC1 day ago
Cleanroom Technology

Manchester s NGI: mission-critical design

5-Oct-2015 Design+Build | Europe Abstract The University of Manchester's National Graphene Institute building was officially opened in March. But what lies behind the striking fa├žade makes this building truly remarkable, as Ross Beaton of ...
 Cleanroom Technology1 day ago
Compute Scotland

Materials matter: UK lags

The front cover of this week's Greater Manchester Business Week magazine declares it is now more than a decade since Andre Geim and Konstantin Novoselov discovered graphene at the University of Manchester and were knighted and awarded the Nobel ...
 Compute Scotland2 days ago

International Research Team Succeeds in Taking Nanoscale Measurements of Intrinisic Graphene Strain

By Jake Wilkinson An international collaboration of researchers announced a major development in the characterization of graphene's structural strain. Slava V. Rotkin, professor of physics and of materials science and engineering, is working ...
 Azonano6 days ago

Graphene Breakthrough as Strain is Mapped

Graphene is the thinnest material known to science, and one of the strongest as well. A 1-atom-thick sheet of carbon, graphene was the first two-dimensional material ever discovered. By weight, it is 150 to 200 times stronger than steel. It is also ...
 A2C26 days ago Physicists map the strain, pixel by pixel, in wonder material graphene  EurekAlert!1 week ago Physicists map the strain in a wonder material  Lehigh University1 week ago Physicists map the strain in wonder material graphene  PhysOrg.com1 week ago
Pharma Letter

Graphene: an enticing prospect for pharma R&D

By Phil Taylor, a freelance journalist covering the healthcare, science and technology sectors A wonder material that consists simply of sheets of carbon atoms is making waves across the scientific community, and that includes researchers in the ...
 Pharma Letter2 weeks ago
Yahoo! UK and Ireland

Top 10 Achievers During Queen Elizabeth II's Longest Reign

Like Elizabeth I, Elizabeth II became queen at 25. Elizabeth I ascended the throne of England and Wales in 1558, following the death of her awkward, stubborn and generally loathed half-sister Mary Tudor. Elizabeth II became Queen of England, Wales, ...
 Yahoo! UK and Ireland4 weeks ago
Printed Electronics World

Phagraphene, a relative of graphene, discovered

A group of scientists from Russia, the USA and China, led by Artyom Oganov from the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (MIPT), using computer generated simulation have predicted the existence of a new two-dimensional carbon material, a ...
 Printed Electronics World1 month ago Researchers Discover Phagraphene, a "Relative" of Graphene  IConnect0071 month ago Researchers Predict Existence of New Graphene Competitor, Phagraphene  World Industrial Reporter1 month ago Scientists predict phagraphene, a 'relative' of graphene  Nanowerk1 month ago
China Dialogue

Texas teenager creates US$20 water purifier to tackle toxic e-waste pollution

18-year-old Perry Alagappan feted at World Water Week for his groundbreaking graphene heavy-metal filter, which he will keep open-source C onsumer electronics, including computers and mobiles, are leaving a legacy of toxic waste in countries ...
 China Dialogue1 month ago
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