Advanced Material Development (AMD) has been set up as a commercial enterprise to fund programmes of development and related research in materials nanotechnology which are judged to offer practicable, effective routes to licensed technology and know-how which in turn can be taken profitably to market through a variety of commercial arrangements. Some such potential partnerships are already identified.
AMD aims to advance this materials research to commercial success and beyond and to continue delivering a funding pipeline to the best university departments in the UK.
AMD’s initial partnership with the University of Sussex Material Physics department will focus on 3-4 projects developing viable applications for many global challenges including packaging and food waste, transportation, healthcare and anti-counterfeiting.
Professor Alan Dalton and his twenty strong team at the University of Sussex, is at the forefront of international efforts to understand and explore the fundamental nature and attributes of ‘two-dimensional’ nanomaterials such as graphene, and thereby provide some of the bridges to the multiplicity of potentially beneficial applications with far-reaching implications for the human challenges of global sustainability.
Dr. Jeffrey Dick
In this interview conducted at Pittcon 2023 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, we spoke to Dr. Jeffrey Dick about his work studying the chemistry of small volumes and nano-electrochemical tools.
Here, AZoNano speaks with Dirigent Acoustics about the benefits graphene could bring to acoustic and audio technologies and how the company's relationship with the Graphene Flagship has shaped its success.
In this interview, KLA's Bryan Crawford explains everything there is to know about nanoindentation, the challenges that the field currently faces, and how they can be overcome.
The Diamond Interaction Chamber (DIXC) is integral to the NanoGenizer high-pressure homogenizer.
The new AUTOsample-100 mounting autosampler is compatible with the 100 MHz benchtop NMR spectrometer.
The Vistec SB3050-2 is the most advanced electron beam lithography system with variable-shaped beam technology, allowing a wide range of applications in research and development, prototyping, and small-volume production.