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University of Manchester scientists win the Nobel Prize for Physics
Professor Andre Geim and Professor Konstantin Novoselov have been awarded the highest accolade in the scientific world for their pioneering work with the world’s thinnest material.
Queen's Anniversary Prize
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New International Research Centre for Advanced Materials
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