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Graphene additives show a new way to control the structure of organic crystals

Researchers at University of Manchester has demonstrated that the surface properties of graphene can be used to control the structure of organic crystals

Sep 29 2020

HENRY ROYCE INSTITUTE APPOINTS DR NICK RIMMER AS HEAD OF BUSINESS ENGAGEMENT

The Henry Royce Institute (Royce), has appointed Dr Nick Rimmer to the role of Head of Business Engagement.

Sep 23 2020

The new KTN SME Accelerator: Accelerating innovative Chemistry & Industrial Biotechnology solutions for a Net Zero World

Offering a valuable package of training & support to a cohort of 10 – 15 promising early & late-stage innovators

Sep 22 2020

TATA Steel Europe — Carbon Capture & Utilisation

From 2021, Tata Chemicals Europe will be making one of the lowest carbon footprint sodium bicarbonate and sodium carbonate products in the world.

Sep 15 2020

First look inside new £105m Henry Royce Institute Hub Building

The Henry Royce Institute for advanced materials celebrated a key milestone earlier this year ahead of the new national hub becoming operational in 2021

Sep 08 2020

UKRI ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY STRATEGY

UKRI, invest in the cutting-edge research and innovation essential to understanding and tackling the environmental sustainability challenges that we face.

Sep 07 2020

CPI, the Knowledge Centre for Materials Chemistry and the Henry Royce Institute collaborate to help bring new advanced materials and products to market

CPI, the Knowledge Centre for Materials Chemistry (KCMC) and the Henry Royce Institute (Royce) are delighted to announce a collaboration.

Sep 07 2020

Professor Gill Reid elected to become President of the Royal Society of Chemistry

Professor Gill Reid FRSC from the University of Southampton has been elected by members of the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) to become president-elect.

Aug 27 2020

University of Manchester — Manchester-led research offers advance in superconductors with a twist’

An international research team led by The University of Manchester has revealed a nanomaterial that mirrors the magic angle” effect.

Aug 20 2020
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