Professor Bill Williams discusses Axonite from Dr Who - a 'thinking' material that can replicate any substance and spreads itself across the cosmos to feed itself.
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This page lists the various scientific journal covers that featured MacDiarmid Institute Investigators work in 2021.
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Systems that blend biology with electronics could answer some big questions.
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As classes and meetings moved online in March as Aotearoa New Zealand entered Level 4 lockdown, we adapted our community outreach activities to the virtual environment.
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For Dr Rob Ward and MacDiarmid Institute Principal Investigator Professor Bill Williams, commercialisation is the end point of a long learning process.
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Physics biology collaborations are forging mechanobiology – a research area key to understanding health and disease.
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Professor Bill Williams explains the science behind time travel and entropy in Christopher Nolan's Tenet.
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Professor Bill Williams, Principal Investigator gives us his scientific take on Kryptonite from DC Comics' Superman.
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Professor Bill Williams and Dr Erin Leitao give their scientific take on whether fictional materials could be reality in a not too far off future.
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This article from our 2019 Annual Report provides information about the MacDiarmid Institute's latest inventions, patents and spinouts.
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In this episode of RNZ's 'Materials: Fact or Fiction', Professor Bill Williams discusses Axonite from Dr Who.
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Funding successes for our investigators and their research programmes during 2018. This funding enables our researchers and collaborators to continue their breakthrough research in advanced materials and nanotechnology.
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