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Universities share £22m graphene investment

The University of Cambridge, Imperial College London and the University of Manchester are among several universities to win funding for projects focussing on applications of graphene, the Chancellor George Osborne announced last week.

The funding totalling £21.5 million was announced on 27 December and will be distributed through the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council. The money is part of graphene research funding that has already been announced, including a £50m investment announced in 2011 and the establishment of a national graphene institute in Manchester.

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