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  • Meet the new ‘renewable superpowers’

    Metro , 19th Feb 2018

    Andrew Barron, Sêr Cymru chair of low carbon energy and environment, Swansea University

    IMAGINE a world where every country has not only complied with the Paris climate agreement but has moved away from fossil fuels entirely. How would such a change affect global politics?

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  • High Commissioner to the UK and Northern Ireland and Ambassador to Ireland visits Swansea University on occasion of her daughter’s graduation

    Swansea University Press Release , 11th Jan 2018

    Her Excellency took the opportunity to tour the facilities at the Energy Safety Research Institute and find out more about the University’s SPECIFIC project whilst at the Bay Campus, the location for the winter degree congregations.

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  • Researchers Find a Way to Clean Carbon Nanotubes to Boost Conductivity

    AZo Nano , 8th Jan 2018

    It is most important to ensure that carbon nanotubes used for electronics are extremely clean to increase their application in futuristic nanoscale devices. Researchers from Rice and Swansea universities have discovered a method to eliminate contaminants from the nanotubes.

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  • Touchy nanotubes work better when clean

    ChemEurope , 8th Jan 2018

    Carbon nanotubes bound for electronics need to be as clean as possible to maximize their utility in next-generation nanoscale devices, and scientists at Rice and Swansea universities have found a way to remove contaminants from the nanotubes.

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  • Cleaning carbon nanotubes makes them work better

    Futurity , 5th Jan 2018

    Scientists have found a way to remove contaminants from carbon nanotubes, which need to be as clean as possible to maximize their utility in next-generation nanoscale devices.

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