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  • New Way to Make Carbon Nanotubes Compares Well to an Old Favourite

    The Wire Science , 9th Mar 2020

    In a new study, scientists have reported that a form single-walled carbon nanotubes, an important resource for research and industrial communities, was comparable and in some ways fared even better than its now-defunct predecessor.

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  • The EU-funded projects in Newport and what is going to happen to them after Brexit

    Wales Online , 28th Feb 2020

    The UK officially left the European Union last month beginning its transition under the terms of the withdrawal agreement. Wales still receives hundreds of millions of pounds of funding from European structural funds and other funding streams.

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  • Integrating renewable energy sources into the electricity grid

    EurekAlert! , 14th Feb 2020

    A Swansea-led team will be examining how best to integrate renewable energy sources into the UK power grid, helping to cut carbon emissions, thanks to a new £244,000 research award.

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  • From Touchscreen to 5G: Carbon Nanotube Production Gets Green Light

    Swansea University Press Office , 22nd Jan 2020

    A new method of producing carbon nanotubes - tiny molecules with incredible physical properties used in touchscreen displays (pictured), 5G networks and flexible electronics – has been given the green light by researchers.

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  • Expert Provides Tips On Securing Research Funding

    Borneo Bulletin , 17th Jan 2020

    The seminar was designed to help academia and researchers compose good research proposal aid and provide tips to increase their chances of securing funding from the national and international funding agencies and industries.

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