UMI3, the commercialisation unit of the University of Manchester (UoM), has spun-out 2-D Tech, which will commercialise technology relating to “wonder material” graphene.

Graphene was first isolated at UoM in 2004, and is the world’s strongest, thinnest and most conductive material. The substance has potentially revolutionary applications in a number of tech sectors, including microchips, smartphones and drug delivery.

2-D Tech, which was founded using start-up capital from UoM, looks to offer new methods of producing graphene at significantly higher…

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