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  • Glimpse of Ramadan Experience in Swansea During Covid-19

    Swansea University College of Engineering Blog , 26th May 2020

    A glimpse of Ramadan experience in Swansea during Covid-19, a blog post by ESRI's Dr Mahaboob Basha.

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  • Research Scholarships Materials Science: Fully Funded EPSRC DTP and Salts Healthcare PhD Scholarship: Development of Green Low Surface Energy Materials for Superhydrophobic (Waterproof) Coatings

    Swansea Univeristy , 24th Apr 2020

    This scholarship is funded by the EPSRC Doctoral Training Partnership and Salts Healthcare.This project aims to develop novel fluorine-free superhydrophobic (water-repelling) surfaces, made from readily available non-toxic and economical branched low surface energy materials (LSEMs).

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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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