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FGV Cambridge Nanoysystems is one of the judges of WIRED Audi Innovation Awards

We are very pleased to announce that our Chief Scientist, Dr Catharina Paukner, was selected as one of five judges of WIRED Audi Innovation Awards of the eight scientific breakthroughs set to have a long-term impact on human well-being and our future. The Seven Awards Nominees for 2016 are: Sheila Rowan Rowan’s research at the University of Glasgow contributed […] Read more

Oct, 07, 2016

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Graphene transcends disciplines

Interestingly, a few days ago The Economist published an article stating that “Bacteria may be the key to turning graphene into a semiconductor”, showing the potential of graphene in transcending disciplines in an effort to deliver superior products and services that are better for the ‘People, Profit and Planet’. Given graphene’s extraordinary electrical conductivity properties, the possibility […] Read more

Aug, 10, 2016

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Converting food waste into highly sought after graphene and hydrogen

Food is a valuable resource and yet in the UK around 15 million tonnes of food gets wasted every year. This figure gets even scarier when looking collectively across all the member states of the European Union (EU), where 88 million tonnes of food gets wasted annually. The future doesn’t look promising, as it is further estimated that approximately […] Read more

Aug, 10, 2016

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One of top 50 Clean Tech growth companies

We are very proud to announce that our company was selected as one of top 50 clean tech growth companies by Cambridge Cleantech and KPMG. All of these companies work tirelessly to provide environmental goods and services throughout their businesses. The selected companies have developed beyond the start-up phase and are showing real growth against a range of criteria […] Read more

Aug, 04, 2016

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“Wonder Materials: Graphene and Beyond” Exhibition Review

FGV Cambridge Nanosystems is very proud to be part of the newly opened “Wonder Materials: Graphene and Beyond” exhibition at the Manchester Museum of Science and Industry about the history, science and possibilities of a new 2D material graphene. Often described as a “wonder material”, graphene is around 200 times stronger than steel yet lightweight and flexible and more conductive […] Read more

Jul, 26, 2016

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“Wonder Materials: Graphene and Beyond” Exhibition Opening

We are very pleased to announce that the “Wonder Materials: Graphene and Beyond” exhibition at the Manchester Museum of Science and Industry opens on Saturday 23 July 2016 and will stay open until 25 June 2017. We are part of this important exhibition about the history, science and possibilities of the new wonder material graphene, which has the […] Read more

Jul, 21, 2016

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FGV Cambridge Nanosystems achieves ISO 14001 registration from British Assessment Bureau

FGV Cambridge Nanosystems has achieved the internationally recognised ISO 14001 certification in May 2016. This independent assessment was conducted by the leading Certification Body, the British Assessment Bureau, and demonstrates our commitment to customer service, quality in delivery and environmental performance of supply chain. ISO 14001 was first introduced 1996 as a British Standard and requires […] Read more

Jul, 12, 2016

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FGV Cambridge Nanosystems in first cohort of UK SMEs to become CommonwealthFirst Export Champions

We are pleased to announce that FGV Cambridge Nanosystems was selected to be in the first cohort of UK SMEs to become CommonwealthFirst Export Champions on 7 July 2016. The 27 CommonwealthFirst Export Champions have been selected based on their level of impact, innovation, ambition and ability to succeed across Commonwealth markets following an online application process. […] Read more

Jul, 11, 2016

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Graphene’s inhalation tests show low toxity

Much has been written about the physical and chemical characteristics of graphene and its potential health and safety risks. However, to date there has been a significant absence of repeatable experimental information on the potential health effects of graphene in humans based on inhalation. A recent toxicology study might offer some answers. In particular, an inhalation toxicology study of graphene, […] Read more

Jul, 07, 2016

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FGV Cambridge Nanosystems Exhibits in the “Wonder Materials: Graphene and Beyond” Exhibition at Manchester Museum of Science and Industry

FGV Cambridge Nanosystems was selected to partake in an exhibition of graphene technology at the upcoming “Wonder Materials: Graphene and Beyond” exhibition curated by the Manchester Museum of Science and Technology in partnership with the National Graphene Institute at The University of Manchester. This exhibition explores the wonders of graphene and 2D materials. It is a […] Read more

Jul, 06, 2016

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