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Graphene-like two-dimensional materials are fabricated
Electronic Weekly

Graphene-like two-dimensional materials are fabricated

25th August 2015 University of Manchester scientists are highlighting that dozens of new two-dimensional materials similar to graphene could now be available for further research. The team has demonstrated how tailored fabrication methods can ... Electronic Weekly, 5 days ago
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Medical Design Technology

Two Separate Pieces of Intestine Kept Alive Outside of Body

University of Manchester scientists have bridged a gap between two separate pieces of small intestine kept alive outside the body, in an advance which could have implications for surgery in human adults and babies. It is not currently possible to ...
 Medical Design Technology5 days ago Advancement Presents New Possibilities for Surgery  Surgical Products5 days ago Gut feeling restored by growth outside the body  Alpha Galileo5 days ago Researchers regrow small intestine outside the body  UPI5 days ago
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Hindustan Times

Debunking myths: Depression doesn't spread

Researchers from the Universities of Manchester and Warwick looked at over 2000 adolescents in a network of US high school students to see how their mood influenced each other by modelling the spread of mood using similar methods to those used to track the ...
 Hindustan Times1 week ago Study Shows Healthy Mood Spreads Through Social Contact While Depression Does Not  Scicasts1 week ago Happiness spreads, depression doesn't  CNN5 days ago A new study highlights a significant way to combat depression  Business Insider1 week ago
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University of Manchester

Bid to cut childbirth mortality with game for African midwives

Researchers at The University of Manchester have developed a new board game which will help African midwives to detect prolonged and obstructed labour to prevent women dying in childbirth. The new game, called Progression, has been designed to ...
 University of Manchester2 weeks ago Board game designed to prevent women dying in childbirth  Kenya Broadcasting Corporation2 weeks ago Board game to train African midwives  Social Dashboard2 weeks ago New board game to save lives in Africa  Mediplacements.com2 weeks ago
Building Talk

Novus efficiency gains during University of Manchester contract

Novus Property Solutions at University of Manchester Planned and reactive maintenance Novus contract covers planned and reactive maintenance for the entire campus - including historic listed buildings, high-tech science blocks and lecture ...
 Building Talk5 days ago The future of food? Manchester Museum teams up with the Biospheric Studio to change the way we produce and consume food  Farming UK1 week ago Manchester Names Three New Deans  Inside INdiana Business1 week ago Partnership to Develop new Biomarkers for Lung Cancer  Labmate Online1 week ago
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Med India

Bionic Eye Helps A Partially Sighted British Pensioner To See The World Again

The University of Manchester announced the success of the operation on retired engineer Ray Flynn, thanks to a "bionic eye" -- a device that converts video images from a miniature camera installed in his glasses to his brain. A partially sighted British ...
 Med India1 month ago World's first bionic eye implant to treat vision loss in AMD  Business Standard1 month ago World’s first bionic eye gives hope to millions  Asian Age1 month ago
Industry Today

University of Manchester studied Metal-Organic Framework for CO2 capture from flue gases

Categories Category: Engineering Industry Today Published Wed, Aug 26th 2015 Back to Articles In the recent study by The University of Manchester, HKUST-1, one of the extensively studied Metal-Organic Framework (MOF) for gas ...
 Industry Today3 days ago
University of Manchester

Dementia detection research a personal mission for PhD student

A University of Manchester PhD student has used MR scans in a new way to detect the devastating form of dementia that affected her late husband, raising the possibility of earlier diagnosis. Helen Beaumont's husband, Clive was diagnosed with ...
 University of Manchester4 days ago
University of Manchester

Dinosaur Britain

An academic from the University of Manchester is to star in his own show about dinosaurs. Dean Lomax will present on ITV next Monday and Tuesday night. The show will examine many of the dinosaurs that once roamed our country, showing how they ...
 University of Manchester5 days ago
MyScience

Genomes uncover life's early history

The tree of life A University of Manchester scientist is part of a team which has carried out one of the biggest ever analyses of genomes on life of all forms. This has allowed them to map the evolutionary history of eukaryotic genes in ...
 MyScience1 week ago
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