National Graphene Institute to develop graphene water filtration

PhD student Tobias Bohn at work in the NGI lab
The National Graphene Institute (NGI) at The University of Manchester has signed an 18-month research project with LifeSaver, a UK-based manufacturer of portable and reusable water filtration systems. Lifesaver is based in Reno, Nevada, and operates its UK division from a London office. The project will focus on developing graphene technology that can be used for enhanced water filtration, with the goal of creating a proprietary and patented cutting-edge product capable of eliminating an even wider range of hazardous contaminant... You can carry on reading for free, but you have reached the maximum number of pages an unregistered user can view. To register for an account, click here or login below...