Yulia Yancheva

Yulia Yancheva

Feature Writer

M.Phys. Physics

Yulia is currently pursuing an MPhys Physics degree at The University of Manchester and is passionate about experimental multidisciplinary research.

Yulia's main interest is focused in the fields of biological physics, material science, surface physics and photonics. She discovered her passion for these fields during her foundation year in physics at The University of Manchester.

After Yulia's second year, she completed an internship at Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń, Poland, where she worked on a laboratory-based summer research project titled, "Energy transfer from single Peridinin-Chlorophyll-Protein (PCP) to graphene".

Articles from Yulia

How Nitrogen Atoms Expand the Potential of Graphene

Sparc Technologies: Introducing Graphene-Based Environmental Remediation Technology

Removing Heavy Metal Pollutants in Water with Graphene Acid

New Research into the Mechanical Properties of Aluminum-Graphene/Carbon Nanotubes

The Future of Efficient Nanographene Production

Nanotech Energy: Graphene-Based Batteries for Revolutionary Energy Storage

Innovative Nanocomposites for Aircraft Interior Applications