Researchers at the University of Edinburgh and a specialist Chinese materials company have launched a collaborative project to develop graphene-based materials for use in waste treatment and purification applications.
Dr Christopher Ness, Royal Academy of Engineering Research Fellow in the School of Engineering, has been awarded a RAMP Early Career Investigator Award (RECIA) by the Royal Society for his role as Administrator of the RAMP Forums.
A joint team from Oxford, Edinburgh, and Plymouth universities have investigated how waves transport floating ocean debris while including, for the first time, the effect of an objects’ size, buoyancy, and inertia on its transport.
A collaborative group of multidisciplinary academics and entrepreneurs led by Dr Adam A. Stokes have devised a system to create personalised facemasks for healthcare workers that include 3D-printed components designed using photos taken with smartphones.
George Serghiou in the School of Engineering together with colleagues from the School of Geosciences at the University of Edinburgh and researchers at three other leading research institutions in Germany and France, removed reactivity barriers between germanium (Ge) and tin (Sn) to create a new bulk cubic material, called GeSn.
Professor Jin Ooi has been awarded a €4.1M grant from the European Commission for a new European Innovative Training Network (ITN) specialising in particle science for large-scale industrial applications.