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  • Professor wins international award for ongoing global collaborations

    Swansea University Press Office , 5th Sep 2019

    Professor Andrew Barron, the Sêr Cymru Chair of Low Carbon Energy and Environment and Director of the Energy Safety Research Institute at Swansea University, has been presented with the Star of Asia International Award.

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  • Swansea Scientist Wins International Award For Ongoing Global Collaborations

    Wales 247 , 5th Sep 2019

    Hailed as the highest individual honour by the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Union, the Star of Asia Awards are the leading international awards honoring excellence in education and industrial collaboration, as well leading the social impact of the ASEAN strategy.

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  • New study reveals carbon nanotubes measurement possible for the first time

    Space Daily , 26th Aug 2019

    The new research is published in the American Chemical Society journal Nano Letters. The paper details how the Swansea University research team, based at the Energy Safety Research Institute (ESRI) working with Rice University researchers, made real physical measurements of carbon nanotubes conductivity.

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  • New study reveals carbon nanotubes measurement possible for the first time

    EurekaAlert! , 22nd Aug 2019

    Swansea University scientists have reported a new approach to measuring the conductivity between identical carbon nanotubes which could be used to help improve the efficiency of electrical power cables in the future.

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  • New study reveals carbon nanotubes measurement possible for the first time

    7th Space , 22nd Aug 2019

    The new study is a significant step forward as previous studies examining conductivity levels could only use theoretical calculations in their measurements. Another limitation was that theoretical studies looked at nanotubes that were similar in diameter - but in reality the diameters of nanotubes vary and it is this variation that makes theoretical models impossible to prove and leads to real practical issues when measuring conductivity in carbon nanotubes.

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