MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS: Graphene could revolutionise nuclear power say Manchester scientists

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    Scientists have hailed a ‘crucial milestone’ for graphene after revealing the wonder material could be used to clean up the nuclear industry. Research carried out by the University of Manchester has shown graphene-based membranes could make the production of ‘heavy water’ more efficient, leading to greener and cheaper nuclear power.

    Period9 May 2017

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    Research Beacons, Institutes and Platforms

    • Energy
    • Advanced materials
    • National Graphene Institute


    • nuclear
    • graphene